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Super Bowl LVIII tickets: How to buy tickets to see Chiefs vs. 49ers at the 2024 Super Bowl

It's here. The Super Bowl is a mere few days away, and if you're on the hunt for some last-minute tickets to get in on the action, you've come to the right place. First staged almost six decades ago, the Super Bowl represents the pinnacle, with its victors written into immortality - and this year, it's between the Chiefs and 49ers.

So, how can you get tickets to the showcase event in Vegas? GOAL guides you through where to buy Super Bowl LVIII tickets, how much they cost, and where you’ll be able to watch it all unfold.

Where to buy Super Bowl LVIII tickets

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Tickets for the 2024 Super Bowl are typically sold directly by the NFL, unlike regular season seats, which are sold through their official retail partner, Ticketmaster. If you missed out on these tickets, fear not, it's not too late to grab a golden ticket for this weekend.

You can find a number of tickets still on sale at StubHub. Of course, these come with a higher price tag as you're cutting quite close to the event, however, it's worth it for an event like the Super Bowl. As of February 9, you can find tickets to the Super Bowl starting at $7,254.00.

Where to stay in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII?

If you're traveling to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl, you can find places to stay in and around the strip using the interactive map below.

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How much are Super Bowl LVIII tickets?

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Tickets for the Super Bowl LVIII start at around $6,000 ad can steep upwards of $35,000 per seat. However, for the majority of fans seeking tickets on the secondary market, such as through StubHub, they can expect to find inflated prices in the four-figure range and above.

The overwhelming demand for Super Bowl tickets means the fixture is always a sell-out encounter, no matter the size and location of the venue involved. With such a limited allocation, tickets that are sold second-hand are nearly always significantly above face value, which also changes depending on the venue and teams involved.

How will Super Bowl LVIII tickets be distributed?

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With virtually all seats initially sold by ballot, Super Bowl LVIII tickets are distributed by the NFL through three avenues: to the teams competing in the game, to remaining NFL franchises, and through a prize draw held for a limited number of additional supporters.

The vast majority of tickets are allocated through the first avenue, to the two teams who will compete at Super Bowl LVIII. Once received from the NFL, these will be given out by lottery to franchise supporters, and sold at face value.

A smaller portion will then be allocated across the remaining 30 teams in the league, though these are often taken by front-of-house staff and rarely come to public sale. The final portion is set aside for the prize draw, which adds the final selection of fans to the contest.

When will Super Bowl LVIII tickets go on sale?

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Super Bowl LVIII does not yet have an official on-sale date for tickets, but it will likely take place following the respective AFC and NFC Championship Games a fortnight before the event.

This will give time for tickets to be allocated to the respective finalists and then duly distributed to supporters, while looking to cut down in advance sales and ticket touts.

Where does Super Bowl LVIII take place?

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Super Bowl LVIII will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, on February 11, 2024. Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Valley, and home to Las Vegas Raiders since it opened its doors in 2020, the 65,000-capacity venue will represent the third successive Super Bowl held in the Western United States after Los Angeles in 2022 and Phoenix in 2023.

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Home to the Vegas Kickoff Classic and the Las Vegas Bowl, the stadium will host the Super Bowl for the first time and bring the game to Nevada for an inaugural staging, too. It previously hosted the 2023 Pro Bowl Games, as well as international soccer, such as the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final, and multiple concerts, including a two-night stand for Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour.

Where can I watch Super Bowl LVIII?

Super Bowl LVIII is set to be broadcast by the competition’s current television and streaming partners. CBS will broadcast the game, and Paramount+ will stream the clash in the United States, while the game will be shown by ITV, Sky Sports, and NFL Game Pass in the United Kingdom.

Unsure how to watch the Super Bowl depending on where you are in the world? GOAL has an in-depth guide to watching the Super Bowl LVIII from anywhere in the world.

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When will Super Bowl LVIII take place?

Super Bowl LVII will take place on February 11, 2024. It will take place at Allegiant Stadium in the Las Vegas Valley.

It will be the first time the event has been held in the state of Nevada.

Where can I buy tickets for Super Bowl LVIII?

Super Bowl LVIII tickets can only be bought first-hand through the official allocations handed out to teams and prize draw winners.

As such, second-hand retailers such as StubHub may be your best bet to buy a ticket, even with inflated costs.

Will I be able to buy Super Bowl LVIII tickets through secondary sites?

Fans will indeed be able to buy Super Bowl LVIII tickets through secondary sites, with seats commonly listed and sold through retailers such as StubHub for resale ahead of the game.

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Final Words

Super Bowl LVIII will be one of the most in-demand sporting events not just of the year but in history, with lottery success the cheapest way to get a ticket.

With options so limited, however, fans may be best to turn to secondary resale sites like StubHub as they look to pick up a seat and catch a thrilling climax to the NFL season.