Are you a Panthers fan? A Broncos fan?
Want to see your team play for a Super Bowl title in two weeks at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara?
Better reach into your savings. Or sell a few assets.
According to TicketNetwork.com, the average ticket price for the game is roughly $6,300, with the cheapest a meager $3,400 (as of noon Monday).
The website reports that there is currently more than $15 million in inventory available in tickets to the game. And, according to their numbers, just over 12 percent of buyers are from the Carolina area, with more than 30 percent from California.
Which proves what many football fans already know -- the Super Bowl, at least in person, is not for the casual fan.
The Panthers, a relatively young NFL franchise, has the 11th lowest price per ticket on average during the regular season, just $78.82. The Broncos are a slightly higher but still reasonable $87.96. The Super Bowl is... a little more expensive.
Last year’s Super Bowl between the Patriots and Seahawks saw an average price of $4,271 on resale websites. With this year's game being played in expensive Northern California, experts expect the prices to break records.