It’s a super showdown: 43-year-old Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs vs. 25-year-old Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
But, those aren’t the only numbers to talk about.
With a reduced-capacity crowd at Raymond James Stadium because of COVID-19 restrictions, tickets are expected to be even more sky-high than normal.
The Athletic reported last week the showdown is already in record territory with an average ticket price of $US12,477.
Reports say four lower-level 50-yard line seats sold for $160,000 overnight.
$160,000: What a Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan just paid for FOUR lower level 50-yard line seats to Super Bowl LV.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 25, 2021
Two seats, 8 rows up from the Chiefs bench: $70,000 for the pair.
The best seats available on Ticketmaster as of late Sunday night: $26,000 for one ticket (plus fees).