How much do Super Bowl LV tickets cost right now?

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Super Bowl LV in Tampa is officially 14 days away. To make things better, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing in the big game.

With a win over the Packers, the Buccaneers are the first team in NFL history to play in a Super Bowl hosted at their home stadium.

While we’re still unsure of their opponent, we know one thing is for certain. Tickets to the Super Bowl are selling fast and for a hefty price.

As of 8 p.m. Sunday, you can only buy two or more tickets. No single tickets are listed for purchase, according to Ticketmaster.com.

The cheapest price for a ticket on the site Sunday night was $14,000. However – they are resale, you must buy both and they are seated in Section 314 in Raymond James Stadium.

That price also does not include ticket and service fees, which would bring the grand total to $33,882.95.

  • 2 tickets for $14,000 each = $28,000
  • Service fee of $2,940 per ticket x 2 = $5,880
  • Order processing fee = $2.95

If money isn’t a problem for you though, the best seats in the house are currently listed on Ticketmaster at $26,000 each, plus fees. You would be seated in Section 136 on the AFC team’s side.

If you would like the best seats on the Buccaneers’ side, tickets are currently $25,000 in Section 114.

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