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Cheapest vs. Most Expensive Super Bowl Seats in Photos

The stage is set for Super Bowl LVIII as the San Francisco 49ers are set to take on the Kansas City Chiefs on February 11th at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. However, if you plan on buying tickets to the big game, expect to pay the highest prices since the capacity-limited game back in 2021. The teams, location, and Taylor Swift are all to blame with awareness of the game at an all-time high. TV numbers are expected to beat the 2015 viewership record when Super Bowl XLIX was watched by over 114.4 million people.

The cheapest Super Bowl tickets are $6,787 (AU$10,260)* at Ticketmaster for seats in Section 434, Row 9 while competitor StubHub is selling tickets in equally bad Section 407, Row 12 priced at AU$10,382. The most expensive Super Bowl tickets will cost you $30,503 (AU$46,112)* and are listed on StubHub in either Section 134, Row 25 or Section C112, Row 18 depending on which team you want to sit behind.

Thanks to the folks at aviewfrommyseat.com we can get a closer look at real images taken by fans from inside the stadium to compare the cheapest and most expensive seats at Super Bowl LVIII. We’ve also picked the best value-for-money seats and included images with references to the row and section below.

*Ticket prices are accurate at the time of writing and change frequently depending on availability and demand.

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Section 134 at super bowl most expensive tickets
Section C134, Row 14, Seat 10 | Image: aviewfrommyseat.com

Most Expensive Super Bowl Ticket

Price: from $30,503 (AU$46,112)
Location: Section C134, Row 25

The view from Section C134 at Allegiant Stadium is a special one. You’re about as close to the field as one can physically get, and in the case of the Super Bowl, you’ll be right behind the favourite Kansas City Chiefs bench. These are the most expensive tickets you can purchase to the game and are priced from around $30,000 (AU$45,000) depending on availability and demand. Similar seats behind the opposing San Francisco 49ers bench are considerably cheaper, priced at around $20,000 USD.

Section 407 for super bowl view from seat
View from Section 407, Row 6, Seat 9 | Image: aviewfrommyseat.com

Cheapest Super Bowl Ticket

Price: from $6,787 (AU$10,260)
Location: Section 407, Row 12

Proof that attending the Super Bowl in any capacity is expensive, the cheapest tickets to this year’s game are priced at around $8,395 USD. This can change dramatically as availability shrinks and demand rises closer to the game and we’d expect to pay nearly double that from ticket resellers closer to the February 11th start date. If you spend double that amount, you’ll be in the range of our best value for money pick below.

Best value for money super bowl 58 ticket view
Section C130, Row 13, Seat 6 | Image: aviewfrommyseat.com

Value for Money Super Bowl Ticket

Price: from $10,439 (AU$15,786)
Location: Section 130, Row 15

After looking through the Super Bowl tickets still available, we’ve found that Section 130 is currently the best value-for-money option on the market with prices around $10,439 (AU$15,786). Here you get a side adjacent view (better than behind the goal posts) that lets you see the teams throw downfield, punt return, and advance to the Red Zone. There’s still a chance to get your face on the TV during the broadcast, watch the sideline reporters go about their business and even get a glimpse of the play call before it happens.

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Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.