Super Bowl Tickets - LIV
Sunday, February 2, 2020 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida
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Super Bowl LIV – February 2
Super Bowl LIV will pit the AFC champions Kansas City Chiefs against NFC champions San Francisco 49ers.
Where is the Super Bowl 2020?
The 2020 Super Bowl will be played at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium. The city of Miami has hosted 10 Super Bowls, with the 2020 game tying the record for the most any city has held the contest. Opened in 1987 as Joe Robbie Stadium, the venue has hosted five Super Bowls under various official names.
How much are Super Bowl tickets?
Super Bowl tickets prices fluctuate, as one of the most in-demand tickets of the year. The 2019 Super Bowl saw an average ticket purchase price of $3,590, slightly down from the previous two years, which both saw average prices over $4,000. That’s where the Ticket Club model really brings our members great deals. When tickets are this expensive, the service fees can reach over $1,000 – even for the least expensive tickets. Members at Ticket Club looking for cheap Super Bowl tickets are saving big, no matter where they’re looking to sit. Once the AFC and NFC champions are decided, super bowl ticket prices will likely move strongly up or down – and then stabilize. It all depends on who makes the game.
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Miami NFL Super Bowl History
NFL Super Bowl LIV will be the 11th in South Florida. Hard Rock Stadium has hosted the event six times, starting in 1989. It has hosted Super Bowls as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphin Stadium and Sun Life Stadium. Prior to the opening of this building, the Orange Bowl hosted five Super Bowls, in 1968, 1969, 1971, 1976 and 1979. Only New Orleans (10) has hosted as many, and is scheduled to host its 11th in 2024.
|Event||Qty x Section / Row||StubHub:||You Save:|
|Cirque du Soleil: Ka - 3/21||2x Sec 103 Row R||$296||$359||$63 (21%)|
|Elton John - 4/10||2x Sec 213 Row R||$634||$774||$140 (22%)|
|Cole Swindell - 4/11||2x Balc 3 Row Y||$126||$146||$20 (16%)|
|Mets vs Nationals - 3/26||3x Sec 525 Row 12||$318||$389||$71 (22%)|