Super Bowl 2024: Where to Buy Last-Minute Tickets Online & How Much They Cost

Super Bowl 2024: Where to Buy Last-Minute Tickets Online & How Much They Cost

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Super Bowl-bound! Usher will headline the halftime show at Super Bowl LVIII this Sunday.

Despite commanding plenty of stages throughout his career, including his just-wrapped Las Vegas residency, the Super Bowl will be Usher’s largest crowd yet.

“It has to be perfect,” the 42-year-old singer said in a recent Vogue interview. “I’ve been doing this for 30 years. I want people who have been a part of that journey to feel like it’s a celebration for everybody, for all of us, from the beginning up until this point.”

And the Super Bowl won’t be the only time fans will get to watch him perform live in 2024. The R&B star announced the Usher: Past Present Future tour on Tuesday (Feb. 6).

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events of the year, watched by tens of millions of viewers, and now that the game is about here, fans are scooping up tickets fast.

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will face off in this year’s Super Bowl, which will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, on Sunday, Feb. 11.

Keep reading for details on Super Bowl ticket prices and more.

How Much Are Super Bowl Tickets? Pricing & Where to Buy Cheap Tickets

How much do Super Bowl tickets cost? Super Bowl tickets are notoriously high priced and costs an average of $5,000-$6,000 last year, but ticket prices began to drop to around $3,500 and below closer to the date of the game.

Like with any large event, ticket prices can vary depending on demand and seat location and you’ll probably have to comb through multiple ticket sites to score the best price. To save you some time, we did some of the searching for you.

Where can you buy cheap Super Bowl tickets? Right now, the cheapest tickets will cost you around $5,300-$6,000, not including fees. If ticket prices are anything like last year, you might be able to find cheaper tickets now that we’re closer to Super Bowl Sunday, but nothing’s guaranteed, so it’s best to get tickets as soon as possible.

At Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the NFL, Super Bowl VIP tickets are split into five different packages: On the Fifty, Club 67, Touchdown Club, Kickoff Club and Playmaker’s Club.

Each package offers a range of VIP amenities including postgame field access packages, pregame parties, open bar, chef-curated menus, a performance by Billy Idol, appearances from NFL icons, interactive games, and more.

Super Bowl tickets at Ticketmaster have dropped in price in the last two weeks. Currently, tickets are priced at around $6,250 (down from $8,600) to more $48,000 (down from more than $50,000).

Where can you find the cheapest Super Bowl tickets? If you’re interested in cheaper tickets, you can get them on resale sites such as Vivid Seats, Stub Hub and Seat Geek.

At Vivid Seats, ticket prices are around $1,000 cheaper than they were two weeks ago. Right now, tickets priced at $5,360 for the cheapest tickets at Vivid Seats and up to $34,82 for the most expensive tickets (use code: BB2024 to save $20 off orders of $200+ or more at Vivid Seats).

Overall, you’ll find slightly cheaper tickets at Stubhub compared to Vivid Seats and Ticketmaster. Super Bowl tickets start at around $5,200 on StubHub and around $6,400-$7,000 at Seat Geek (use code: SBVEGAS500 to save $500 off Super Bowl tickets at Seat Geek).

TicketSmarter, a ticketing outlet that sometimes offers cheaper tickets than some of its competitors, has Super Bowl tickets priced at $6,090.

From what we’ve seen, Gametime has one of the cheapest ticket online with prices starting at $5,476.

Ready to see Usher’s halftime show in person? Purchase tickets to the 2024 Super Bowl here or here and check below for details on how to watch Super Bowl 58 from anywhere.

How to Watch the Super Bowl From Anywhere

Super Bowl LVIII will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. The game and Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show will broadcast live on CBS and stream live on Paramount+ with Showtime.

The halftime show typically starts between 8-8:15 p.m. ET/5-5:15 p.m. PT.

Pre-game performances include Reba McEntire, who will sing the national anthem. Post Malone will sing “America the Beautiful” and Andra Day will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

No cable? No worries! A digital antenna lets you access local channels like CBS, if you don’t already have them through cable, satellite or a streaming service. The Super Bowl will be available on CBS, Nickelodeon and Paramount+ giving you plenty of ways to stream live on your computer and other compatible devices including smart TVs and cellphones.

Sports lovers and music fans can watch the Super Bowl on streaming platforms that provide live channels such as DirectTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV (local channels are available in select regions).

Most streaming packages include a free trial for up to a week or discounted streaming plans, so you can watch the Super Bowl without necessarily spending anything (or very much) up front.

Want to watch the Super Bowl from outside of the U.S.? Use ExpressVPN or NordVPN to stream internationally.

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