Face value of Super Bowl Tickets

The face value of Super Bowl tickets over the last 40 years has increased by a factor of 100! In 1967, the cheapest Super Bowl ticket had a face value of $6 while the face value in the 2011 Super Bowl at Dallas Cowboy Stadium started at $600. The NFL holds an annual lottery for Super Bowl tickets. My blog post describes all of the details to enter the Super Bowl ticket lottery and buy tickets at face value.

Super Bowl tickets resell much higher on the secondary ticket market. Currently Super Bowl tickets are going for over $2,000. If you are looking for current prices on Super Bowl tickets, the link will take you to my blog post with trended 2012 Super Bowl ticket resell prices.

Below is a trended look at the face value of Super Bowl tickets (Data from the Dallas Morning News):

1967: $12, $10, $6

1968-69: $12

1970-74: $15

1975-77: $20

1978-80: $30

1981-83: $40

1984-85: $60

1986-87: $75

1988-89: $100

1990: $125

1991-92: $150

1993-94: $175

1995: $200

1996: $350, $250, $200

1997-98: $275

1999-2001: $325

2002: $400

2003: $500, $400

2004: $600, $500, $400

2005: $600, $500

2006-07: $700, $600

2008: $900, $700

2009: $1,000, $800, $500

2010: $1,000, $900, $800, $500

2011: $1,200, $900, $800, $600

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