With the arctic blast of winter storm Juno affecting the Northeast, Patriots fans hoping to indulge in the Super Bowl festivities in Phoenix this week have been grounded by the snow.
According to TiqIQ, the average secondary market price for the game on Saturday is $296.25, 44.5% above the average price across all 2014-15 Bruins tickets on the secondary market.
The New England Patriots come into the 2014 season with high expectations, but that’s nothing new for a team that consistently makes the postseason. Still, the Patriots have seen a huge increase in ticket price on the secondary market according to TiqIQ.
With high expectations come high-ticket prices. Patriots tickets cost an average of $414.22, with the highest single game average $554.87 when they host the AFC Champion Denver Broncos in November.
Interestingly enough, New England Patriots tickets have been priced much higher for recent regular season matchups against the Colts. When these two teams met in November of 2012, tickets rang in at an average of $386 dollars– an 84% premium over this week’s playoff game.
To see the defending World Series champions, it’s going to cost a little bit more money on some days, but a little bit less on others.
Coming off one of the most disappointing seasons in franchise history, the Boston Red Sox announced Monday that ticket prices would stay at the 2012 rate for next season.
Fenway ticket prices remain the highest in the Major League Baseball for the second year in a row.
Get ready to pay more for Powerball: Ticket prices are going up to $2.
Powerball is making some changes to celebrate its 20th anniversary next year.