Super Bowl tickets 2013: Prices fall as weekend approaches

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Tickets for Super Bowl XLVII are still available, and though they'll cost quite a small fortune, prices are dropping as Super Bowl week progresses.

Super Bowl XLVII is fast approaching, as the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are set to kick off the first Super Bowl in New Orleans since 2002 on Sunday. Ravens or 49ers fans still looking to attend the game can still snag tickets, and luckily, ticket prices are falling.

On Wednesday, the cheapest ticket available was a cool $1,580 dollars -- which isn't something the average football fan can afford. According to TiqIQ, the cheapest ticket currently available is in section 628, row 21, and it's available for $1,368.

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Since most fans don't want to sit in the last rows of the upper tier, it doesn't seem like a sound investment. The average price of tickets available for Super Bowl XLVII is a cool $2,941. For around $2,900, fans can sit in one of the lower sections (116, 117, 144), but would be stuck in rows 25-28. For the same price, fans can sit in the second row of section 277 -- a corner end zone seat.

If you have lots of money to spend, you can end up with one of the best seats in the SuperDome. For the modest price of $10,129, fans can sit in section 141, around the 40-yard line, in the fourth row.

While it's not much of a price drop, it's better than nothing. At the least, prices are trending the right way for fans as Super Bowl XLVII approaches.

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