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The Bills are currently the favorite to be in the Superbowl and may even be poised for multiple appearances. I've been to both Buffalo/Dallas Superbowls but that was over 30 years ago. I'm trying to guage the viability of attending another. I'm not a season ticket holder now, but i was in the 80's and 90's. I never won a lottery. I paid $500 in Pasadena and $250 in Atlanta. What is or will be the going rate for Superbowl tickets now and in the future? I know it will probably be 5 to 20 times higher than what I paid. I'm just trying to figure out if it's an option. What would Bills fans be willing to pay? Where would be the best place to get tickets? When is the earliest you can get them? How many tickets are generally on the market? When is the earliest you can book hotel rooms and flights? And can they be canceled? Any help would be greatly appreciated. These are the destinations of the next 3 Superbowls? 

 

Super Bowl LVII: February 12, 2023 -- State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona) 

 

Super Bowl LVIII: February 11, 2024 -- Allegiant Stadium (Paradise, Nevada)

 

Super Bowl LVIX: February 9, 2025 -- Caesars Superdome (New Orleans, Louisiana)

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I know, but I’m not allowed to tell. 

 

 

I’ve been to one Bills SB. It was vs the Redskins in Minneapolis. It did not end well, of course, but it checked that box for me. I don’t “need” to attend another, but I would if the situation was right. 

 

I first and foremost want the Bills in the Super Bowl!  After that there are options: would I rather be at the SB game, or in the draft room a few months later. 

 

I’d take the draft room. 

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LA I think bumped the prices but man I told myself I would go to the next SB we make but I’ve changed my plan to the parade whenever that is. 
 

I think it would mean a lot more and just be amazing 

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The SB in Tampa 2 season ago during covid I bought tickets with the intent on going and/or selling tickets on the secondary market. It was a terrible year for it and a lot of things went wrong. 
 

ended up paying $17k for 2 tickets. When all was said and done I lost $6k and sold them for $11k after the Bills were out. 
 

you can buy them on the NFL site right now if you want I believe. Prolly right around 5-6k for the cheapest seats. Up to pretty much whatever you want for high priced seats. If your looking for something decent, but not crazy, I’d expect 7-10k. 


id be happy to help with any questions you have. Just msg me 

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Oh, FYI, a general ticket for the SuperBowl is resold on average 5-6 times before it reaches the hands of the person attending the game. 
 

the “Brokers” aka scalpers, know more about this game you will ever know. I learned the hard way. If you wait until you know the Bills are in the super bowl, expect to spend likely 20k or more in tickets. Maybe 30k. For the tickets you could have had for 7k. 
 

 

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