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Everything You Can Buy for the Cost of One Super Bowl Ticket

GOBankingRates Logo By George Malone of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 11: The Super Bowl, perhaps the biggest marquee event in U.S. sports, is always a tough ticket to come by. This year, with Raymond James Stadium allowing fewer fans than normal because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ticket prices will no doubt be higher than ever. Related: How Much Will You Save Watching the Super Bowl From Home? The NFL hasn’t decided how many fans it will allow, but the Buccaneers averaged 22,000 this season, so that seems like a safe starting point. Taking all that into account, NFLonlocation.com lists Super Bowl tickets starting at $5,100 per seat. That’s a pretty big chunk of change. Here’s a list of 10 things you could do with your money instead. Last updated: Jan. 20, 2021

The Super Bowl, perhaps the biggest marquee event in U.S. sports, is always a tough ticket to come by. This year, with Raymond James Stadium allowing fewer fans than normal because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ticket prices will no doubt be higher than ever.

Related: How Much Will You Save Watching the Super Bowl From Home?

The NFL hasn’t decided how many fans it will allow, but the Buccaneers averaged 22,000 this season, so that seems like a safe starting point. Taking all that into account, NFLonlocation.com lists Super Bowl tickets starting at $5,100 per seat. That’s a pretty big chunk of change.

Here’s a list of 10 things you could do with your money instead.

Last updated: Jan. 20, 2021

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