Super Bowl LVIII is set with the San Francisco 49ers taking on the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs in Las Vegas, Nev., and ticket prices are starting at more than $7,000.
The game will be played on Feb. 11 at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. It is a rematch of the 2020 championship, which the Chiefs won 31-20.

The least expensive tickets are listed at $7,182 for two seats in the 300 level. For the 100 level, you can expect to pay nearly double, with tickets in most sections starting at around $14,000 to see the big game.

The average price to attend the game is $12,121. If those numbers hold, this will be the most expensive game ever, surpassing the 2023 Super Bowl at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., by nearly $3,000.

Super Bowl Ticket Prices Over Time

Charts showing the price of Super Bowl tickets over time: 2017 $4,228 2018 $5,004 2019 $4,376 2020 $6,327 2021 $8,609 2022 $8,869 2023 $9,500 2024* $12,121
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*Price at time of publishing. For up-to-date statistics, visit

Buying Super Bowl Tickets

Super Bowl tickets are some of the most coveted in all of sports because they are so difficult to find. The NFL splits tickets between the two teams playing in the game, the host team, the host team’s city, and its own front office meaning there are virtually no tickets available on the primary market.

This leaves fans searching for secondary tickets on sites like TicketSmarter once their team advances to the big game.

Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium, which was built in 2020, overlooks the Las Vegas Strip and holds more than 70,000 people at peak capacity. In addition to serving as the home field for the Raiders, Allegiant Stadium hosts the UNLV Rebels as well as other high-profile sporting events like the CONCACAF Gold Cup and Copa América Tournament. Legendary music acts like The Rolling Stones, George Strait, or Billy Joel with Sting will also plan a stop at Allegiant Stadium on their tours.

Halftime Show

Coming off a successful residency at Park MGM, Usher will perform the Super Bowl halftime show. Usher Raymond IV is also slated to release his newest album, Coming Home, on the day of the game.

My Way: The Las Vegas Residency celebrated the 25th anniversary of his debut album, My Way, which included songs like “You Make Me Wanna…” and “Nice & Slow.”

Get your 2024 Super Bowl tickets now from TicketSmarter to secure your seat in the stands.
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