Super Bowl Black Market Ticket Value On Decline

February 3, 2012

Ticket prices for Sunday’s Super Bowl have fallen by 15% over the past week on the secondary market.

Seats for the New York Giants – New England Patriots game are now available for an average of $3, viagra sale 664.

Tickets for the Lucas Oil Stadium match were going for $4, physician 311 on January  27th according to TiqIQ, bronchi an event ticket aggregator which monitors resellers such as StubHub, EBay, TicketNetwork and TicketsNow.

Face-value prices for seats at the Super Bowl range from $800 to $1,200. TiqIQ claim the least expensive ticket available on the secondary market is $2,000.

On the official NFL (National Football League) ticket resale site, at least one sold last week for $16,480.

The industry will continue up until the day of the game itself. Online resellers will be “setting up shop” outside the stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday.

StubHub are set to have a ticket centre across the street from the stadium at Pan Am Plaza which will host a “real-time pricing ticker” to help fans find seats at the best prices.

Touts selling tickets on the street for over 15 percent of face value must have a temporary license on display. Indianapolis city officials have stipulated that any scalpers selling tickets below that price point do not need a license.

The risk of counterfeit ticketing is high. Police in the area will carry scanners to check the authenticity of tickets.