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Super Bowl LVII: Cheapest Resale Tickets Top $4,000

The Super Bowl is less than 7 hours away and scalpers are selling tickets for more than $4,000 laces that correspond to the cheapest areas to watch the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles at the State Farm in Arizona.

The corresponding ticket has a cost of 3,306 dollars, but scalpers raise 1,000 dollars for the management of acquiring the ticket. StubHub claims on its website that, on average, its customers have paid $5,678 for a ticket to Super Bowl LVII, this without counting the aforementioned management fees and other extra charges for the service.

With less than 48 hours to go before the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs play for the NFL title, Phoenix (Arizona, USA) rush preparations for a Super Bowl that has already taken the city from top to bottom.

The State Farm Stadium in Glendale, which is one of the cities that make up the Phoenix metropolitan area (close to 5 million people in total), will host Super Bowl LVII on Sunday with an absolute sellout and with Rihanna as the star of the halftime show.

But football fever is already being felt in every corner of Phoenix this weekend.

Downtown Phoenix, despite being almost 30 kilometers from State Farm Stadium, is the place of pilgrimage for fans these days prior to the Super Bowl Experience, which occupies the city’s Convention Center.

Conceived as a kind of amusement and amusement park for NFL lovers, the Super Bowl Experience allows visitors, for For example, practicing practice drills as if they were NFL professionals, rehearsing hard tackles, throwing passes as if they were a quarterback chosen for glory or trying out a kick to score a field goal.

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