Super Bowl Ticket Prices: Seats Start At $2,252

Super Bowl XLVI takes place on Sunday and unless you have family on the New England Patriots or the New York Giants (probably not even then), odds are that you don't have a ticket to the game. If you're still in the market for such a thing just five days out, here's hoping you have a whole bunch of disposable income.

TigIQ.com has the full rundown on Super Bowl ticket prices, pulled from various ticket resale sites. As of Tuesday night, the rock-bottom cheapest ticket in the Uecker seats will run you about $2,252. Tickets on the 50-yard line in the lowest section are going for up to $11,576, which was the highest price as of Tuesday night for a single seat. But not to fear! You can get a ticket in the fourth row near the middle of the field for the rock-bottom price of only $8,747!

As always, the hottest ticket in town remains one of the most expensive. If you're thinking of going into debt to attend the event live and in-person, just remember: you don't get to watch the commercials from inside the stadium.

For the latest Super Bowl updates, be sure to follow this StoryStream. Also be sure to check out Patriots blog Pats Pulpit and Giants blog Big Blue View.

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