Only two weeks away from the biggest game of 2023, Super Bowl 57, and fans are already throwing down their hard-earned dollars for tickets to Super Bowl LVII, where Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles will face off against Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City when The The Big Game is underway Sunday, February 12 at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The cost for even one ticket will put a strain on your wallet.
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The price of a Super Bowl ticket has always been prohibitively expensive, and 2023 will be no exception. This year’s game will have plenty of intrigue as the Philadelphia Eagles bring their sophomore starting quarterback, Jalen Hurts, to Glendale following a loss to the 49ers to capture the NFL championship. Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City outlasted the Bengals in a thrilling AFC Championship game and are no strangers to making a Super Bowl appearance.
The best ticket options might be the following sites where prices will rise and fall with the supply and demand for the game. Many of the sites will offer notification services to track price increases and decreases, so you can sign up for those or get them now before they all run out:
Currently, the least expensive single ticket to Super Bowl 57 is available at Vivid Seats and costs $4,489 in the upper corner of Section 453, Line 23. That’s before any surcharges or “value” fees are added at checkout.
Currently, the cheapest single ticket available on StubHub, which is also good value in terms of where you’re seated and a view of the course, is in section 421, line 11. It will cost you $5,107 with additional seller fees.
The least expensive tickets available on Ticketmaster are currently listed at $5,900 (before fees, which are not listed).
If you’re looking to really enjoy the game and money isn’t an issue, a ticket to join the action from the lower level (Section 108, Line 22) costs $24,475 per ticket, but must be purchased in pairs. If that’s how you’re going to go, it would cost you $48,950 for you and a friend to attend the game…before taxes and fees, of course.
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If you can’t make the game, you can still plan to watch it from home or a friend’s house, like all of us. Here’s what you need to know to follow the game live and some tips on how to watch it for free.
HOW TO WATCH
What: Super Bowl 57(VII)
Who: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Kansas City
Halftime show: Rihanna with special guests
when: Sunday, February 12, 2023. Coverage begins at 3:30 p.m. with kickoff of the game at 4:30 p.m. PT/7:30 p.m. ET
Where is it: State Farm Stadium | Glendale, Ariz
TV channel: FOX
If you have an HDTV antenna, you can watch Super Bowl LVII locally on channel 12.1 in the Portland metro area. If you need to get one, This Gesobyte brand HDTV antennas is currently the best-selling HDTV antenna product on Amazon. It it costs less than $30 and ships quickly with Prime. If you already have a Prime account, you should be able to get it and watch college football, Timbers games, network TV, and local news as soon as it arrives.
What channel is FOX in my area? Discover: VerizonFios, Comcast Xfinity, Ghost/Paper, Great/altice, Cox, LIVE, Plate, Hulu, fubo TV, Sling.
How to watch live stream online: You can watch this game live for FREE with fuboTV (free trial), with DirecTV stream (free trial), or with Sling TV (promotional offers) if you have finished your free trials. You can also watch this game live on FOX Sports Live with your cable or satellite provider’s login information.
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