While it’s true that tickets for the 2015 Super Bowl are expected to be less than last years tickets, (2014 Super Bowl tickets were among the most expensive on record), it never-the-less pays to do your homework in an effort to find the most reliable tickets at the best price.
The 2015 Super Bowl which will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium should still be obtainable in to the New Year.
There are two ways we size up a good super bowl ticket:
- Price and Seating
- The track record and reliability of the Secondary Ticket Market Vendor
The Resale Market
The vast majority of people weren’t thinking about Super Bowl tickets last May, so they’ve ended up searching and comparing quadruple digit prices across the web on these resale markets. This is inevitable. Almost nobody gets a face value ticket, so almost everybody will have to buy tickets priced in the thousands.
The only option is to find out where you’re going to get the best deal.
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Here are some additional things to Consider in Choosing your Super Bowl Ticket
Super Bowl Zone Seating
Zone Seating is your best chance to get a great deal on Super Bowl tickets. Ticket brokers selling Super Bowl tickets are usually not given assigned seating, only a zone. This is because ticket brokers are selling season ticket holders tickets, and seat assignments are not given until the week of the game.
Since you can buy and get mailed to you today, verses these general zones, these tickets sell at a discount.
If you are paying $2,000, it’s understandable that you want the tickets sent to you ASAP. Because some seat assignments aren’t given until the week of the game, tickets listed by zone require a local pick-up the weekend of the Super Bowl.
Although, tickets sold by zone may sound untraditional, it’s the key to buying cheap Super Bowl tickets. Plus, if you buy tickets from a legitimate vendor like Ticket Liquidator you will have a 125% guarantee that your Super Bowl tickets will be in your hands.
When to Buy Super Bowl Tickets
It is almost guaranteed that ticket prices will go down the closer you get to the game. Seats for the Super Bowl are only available for a 2 Week period on the resale market.
Data from a New York Times article suggests that prices are at their highest right after the conference championships, when fan’s spirits and BAC’s are still high. Prices continue to fall as the two week period comes to a close, and ticket vendors begin to worry that they might not push all of their tickets.
Last years Super Bowl tickets started to fall in price 5 days before the game. The interesting part of last years Super Bowl tickets, was that any time tickets fell below $2,000 those tickets got bought immediately. From the Tuesday to the Thursday before the Super Bowl, ticket prices remained fairly consistent.
Of course you can wait until you get to the Stadium to buy tickets, but there are risks and cons associated with. Besides the anxiety of not having tickets I have heard horror stories about people getting arrested for scalping tickets at prior Super Bowls. If you have nerves of steel, and want to wait, you can do that without any legal repercussions, by simply using an online ticket marketplace like Ticket Liquidators.
As the weeks draw near for Super Bowl 2015, here is what we suggest you do:
- Monitor ticket prices frequently staring in December
- Check out our Super Bowl Seating Chart Guide
- Be ready to pull the trigger at any time. If you find something you like, go for it.
- Plan on buying tickets by Wednesday night at the latest
Go, and Enjoy the Game!