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Super Bowl tickets reach record high prices for this year’s game

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LAS ⁣VEGAS – Super Bowl LVIII is​ shaping up to be the‍ most expensive⁤ game in history, with ticket prices reaching ‍record highs. The matchup between the ⁤Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers has sent prices soaring, with the average ticket price hovering around $9,800, a 70% increase from last year’s game.

Defending champions, the Chiefs, are making their fourth ‍appearance in the big‍ game in the last⁤ five years, adding⁣ to⁤ the excitement⁣ and⁣ demand for tickets. The last time they faced the 49ers in ⁢the Super Bowl was in ⁤2020, in a thrilling game ‍that ended ‍with the Chiefs emerging ⁤victorious.

One major factor ‌contributing to the sky-high ⁣prices⁤ is the host city itself -‌ Las Vegas. The city’s​ status as⁤ a‍ sports and​ entertainment hub has turned the Super Bowl‍ into a week-long extravaganza‌ for‌ fans, driving up demand and⁤ prices for tickets.

While ticket prices may see a slight decline as the game approaches, the allure of the event and the city’s ⁣appeal could convince fans to attend regardless.‌ With the game set for Sunday, Feb. 11, in ⁤Las Vegas, ⁣anticipation is building for what promises to be an unforgettable Super Bowl experience.

For those‌ looking to ‍catch the action, the game will kick off at 6:30 p.m. EST (4:30‌ p.m. MST) and​ will be broadcast on CBS and Paramount+.

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