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Super Bowl LII Tickets' Face Value As High As $5,000; Minneapolis Set For 10-Day Fan Fest

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 16 / 18

The face value of Super Bowl LII tickets will be predictably high, and a raise in prices has seats "ranging from $950 in the worst nosebleed offerings all the way" up to $5,000 for club seats that are "typically gifted to sponsors, executives and other VIPs by the league," according to a source cite...

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