Super Bowl 55 tickets are costly. No, I mean like higher than usual. According to TicketIQ, single tickets are ranging from $11,000 to $75,000.
Of course, we all know tickets are usually pricey, but this year several factors are leading to the inflated cost. First, capacity at Raymond James Stadium will be limited to 22,000 because of the pandemic. Only 14,500 fans will have a chance to get tickets. The NFL has given away 7,500 tickets to healthcare workers. Second, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are playing the Super Bowl in their home stadium. It's the first time in Super Bowl history that a team gets a chance to win the championship on their home field.
Another reason, Bucs fans are just a quick drive from the stadium has boosted the ticket prices. Finally, the game has a classic matchup. Tom Brady is going for his 10th title while Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to go back to back as champs. [Fox Business]
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