With the average Super Bowl LIV ticket already above $5,000, 49er Faithful who want to cheer on their team in Miami will have their dedication and their bank accounts tested. According to ticket pricing experts, and ticket resellers, prices for tickets soared on Monday with even the cheapest tickets surpassing $4,500. At those prices, fans who just have to go to the game may need to dip into their 401Ks or their kids’ college funds or take out a second mortgage. Ticket prices are volatile, depending on demand, but there’s general agreement that prices to attend this Super Bowl will remain high, with a resurgent 49er team, a Chiefs team that hasn’t been to the championship in 50 years, a pair of strong quarterbacks and a balmy location. “The good news is that San Francisco is going to the Super Bowl with a huge fan base that is excited to be there against a team that hasn’t been since 1970 and whose fans are eager to go. And it’s in a great location,” said Tony Knopp, a ticketing industry veteran and 49er fan who works for Ticket Manager, a company that helps corporations manage their sports ticket programs. “The bad… Read full this story
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