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Super Bowl Tickets and Your Guide to Attending the Big Game

by Moxieplay
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Ticket prices for this year’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have seen a significant increase.

As of January 31st, according to Vivid Seats, prices start at $6,020 each for a pair and go over $6,750 for a single ticket. One major reason for the high prices is the host city, Las Vegas, which has turned a three-hour game into a week of festivities for attending fans.

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Over the past 12 months, Las Vegas has positioned itself as the sports capital of the US. While ticket prices might decrease as the game approaches, with resellers looking to sell seats at lower prices, it’s uncertain if this will happen. Prices did not decline before the 2020 Super Bowl matchup when these teams played. So, potential buyers might want to be cautious about expecting price drops in the next two weeks.

Allegiant Stadium Overview:
The comparatively dull $1.9 billion Allegiant Stadium has only been around since 2020 and has a seating capacity of 65,000. It’s not one of those venues way out on the edge of town either, as it’s adjacent to the Vegas Strip, west of the I-15, and close to plenty of hotels. It’s only three miles from the Harry Reid International Airport, just in case you’re coming in super last minute, like Taylor Swift will be on her way back from a tour in Japan.

Parking for the Super Bowl 2024:
Is there parking for the Super Bowl 2024? Yes, but it’s very limited, and most of the dedicated spots at the stadium itself seem to have been snapped up. If you can get one, tailgating is allowed up to four hours before the game. Lots of other nearby parking lots are available close to the stadium. The longer you leave it, the more you’ll have to pay, or perhaps walk after parking up. Parking passes are sold online at “SpotHero”.

How to Travel to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl:
Las Vegas is one of the most popular travel locations for tourists in the world, so even with the Super Bowl coming to town, there are no shortages of hotels, Airbnbs, and flights to Sin City. Like with the tickets, though, the longer you leave it, the more expensive things could get, and you might be situated further away than you originally planned. We’ve picked out a few travel and accommodation options to help you plan your trip after you’ve sorted your Super Bowl tickets. Seriously, get those locked in before making any travel plans whatsoever.

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