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The most expensive seats at the Super Bowl cost almost $90,000
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The most expensive seats at the Super Bowl cost almost $90,000

Seats will set you back a pretty penny

The countdown to the 2024 Super Bowl is officially on.

It's safe to say the Kansas City Chiefs have been on a winning streak in recent years, and were officially crowned as last year's Super Bowl champions.

For 2023's Super Bowl (where Rihanna performed and sent the world into a frenzy by announcing her pregnancy on stage), the Chiefs went against the Philadelphia Eagles, but this year the team will go head-to-head with San Franciso 49ers.

The game - which is set to take place on February 11 - marks the Chiefs' sixth Super Bowl and the team's fourth since 2020 - proving that it isn't just Travis Kelce's romance with global superstar Taylor Swift that has brought some luck their way.

Swift has been present at many of Kelce's games since they started their romance last year, meaning it's likely many Swifties might want to grab a ticket to this year's highly anticipated affair in the hopes of grabbing a glimpse of the 'Karma' singer.

Taylor Swift might not be able to attend beau Travis Kelce's big game.
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Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there's a good chance the 34-year-old won't make an appearance as she's performing her Eras Tour in Tokyo, Japan, in the days running up to the huge game.

But her final night in Tokyo is February 10, meaning there is the possibility that Swift will make the time to jet to Las Vegas in time for the Super Bowl.

However, music fans will be pleased to know that Usher will most definitely be in attendance as he is this year's headliner for the half time show.

And going off previous years, many other celebrities are likely to be there too - we all remember Adele going viral at last year's game, right?

Now, if you're wanting to attend the game (whether that's for celebrity-spotting or football-watching purposes), you'll have to dig deep into your pockets to bag a seat as even the cheapest of tickets will set you back thousands.

Who will take home the Super Bowl trophy this year?
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At the time of writing, according to StubHub, the cheapest tickets available are retailing at £5,164 ($6,549).

This price range will get you a seat around 300 Level or Upper Premium/Sideline.

Meanwhile, if you were hoping to get Club Premium or Club Sideline seats, that's going to cost you the big bucks.

In fact, to sit Club Premium Chiefs side, it could cost you ask much as £70,123 ($88,919) per seat.


This year's Super Bowl tickets aren't cheap.

On StubHub, this price gets you one of two seats advertised in section C134, row 23 and includes access to the VIP lounge, unlimited booze, a meal package and access to the stadium via the private club entrance.

Elsewhere, two seats on Ticketmaster in the same block are going for $105,000 for the pair.

So, if you were thinking about taking up a second job or trying your luck on OnlyFans, maybe now's the time...

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