Between tickets, travel, and lodging, Super Bowl fans will have to spend around $9,000 to go to Phoenix for the 57th playing of the final NFL game of the year.
- The cost for a four-day, three-night trip for fans to attend the Super Bowl LVII on February 12 will cost $8,700, according to Hopper.
- The highest price will be a ticket to the game, with the average price being $5,911 and the cheapest listed at $4,489, according to Vivid Seats.
- Other factors include taking the cost to the near $9,000 mark, but one thing is for sure if fans are considering going to the big game, they will have to dish out the big bucks.
Why it’s news
With the playoffs in full action, the Super Bowl LVII is just weeks away—and fans will have to pay big bucks if they consider attending the big game in February.
Fare-tracking site Hopper and ticket seller Vivid Seats have teamed up to calculate the price of a last-minute trip to Phoenix, Arizona, to attend the Super Bowl this year.
The two partners have created an itemized list of costs totaling around $9,000 for a four-day, three-night trip to see the game.
The highest cost on the list is the ticket to get into State Farm Stadium to watch the game. The average ticket price is $5,911, with the lowest ticket listed at $4,489, according to Vivid Seats.
Another item on the list is flight costs to get to Phoenix. The average for a round ticket to the city is $375, but prices have already risen 13% in the last three weeks and are expected to continue growing as the game nears.
Hopper predicts plane tickets to Phoenix to reach around $500 per ticket for the first two weeks of February.
Hotel rates average $575 per night in Phoenix on Super Bowl Weekend, bringing the price to $1,725 for three nights.
The last two items calculated on the list are the price for car rides and food, which Hopper calculated $85 per day for a car and $125 per day for food and drinks, bringing the totals to $340 and $500, respectively.
With all the expenses together, Hopper and Vivid Seats have totaled the trip to equal around $8,700 to attend this year’s Super Bowl game.