It’s no surprise that Super Bowl tickets are outrageously expensive and this year will be no exception. And while you can get in the door for a measly $3,000 (average Super Bowl ticket prices are hovering around $4,600) Forbes reports MetLife Stadium suites are selling for a jaw-dropping half a million dollars.
So how does the average fan get to see their favorite team play? Simple answer: they don’t.
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