Last week I took a look at Super Bowl 2013 tickets and how the prices have moved over time. The average selling price as of 1/18 was $3,186 but as of 1/22 that has dipped a bit to $2,893 following a flurry of ticket buying after this weekend’s games established the competing teams. In addition the average listing price has dipped below $8K ($7,966) for the first time in weeks.
The $2,983 average is notably close to the $2,900 average from the 2012 Super Bowl which shouldn’t be that surprising but supports the hypothesis that Super Bowl hysteria is matchup agnostica.
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