Super Bowl tickets still available for purchase

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A mural of a football decorates the wall of an NFL Super Bowl XLIX ticket office as customers check for seating availability, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, in Phoenix. The traditional path of Super Bowl tickets is this: Tickets become more affordable as the game nears. The opposite is happening this year because of a ticket […]

If you’re still trying to get tickets to the Big Game, it’s going to come at a heavy price.

According to data from StubHub, there are 2,800 tickets still available to see the Patriots and Rams face off.

The average ticket is going for $4636, with the lowest prices hovering around $2,000. The most expensive ticket sold was $20,000 for a spot in the SunTrust Club section. 

The data also shows Georgia buyers are purchasing tickets at a faster rate than any other state. It also shows that 16 countries outside of the United States have purchased a ticket. 

“Similar to what we saw for the College Football Championships, local buyers in Georgia are getting excited about the opportunity to see a bucket-list event in their backyard,” said Scott Jablonski, General Manager of the NFL Business for StubHub in a news release. “There’s been a rapid uptick on StubHub in purchases from the geographies near Atlanta and an early indication that the increase may be significant enough to drive up prices if demand remains at this rate.”

Super Bowl LIII will take place Sunday, Feb. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Complete coverage of the 53rd Super Bowl begins 9:30 a.m. on KRQE. The game will start at 4:30 p.m. 

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