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It's not easy to get a ticket to the Super Bowl, and Super Bowl 55 on Feb. 7, 2021 is no exception.
First off, the tickets are remarkably expensive, reaching into the thousands of dollars. And second, many of the NFL's partners get tickets through their various deals, so it's not as simple as just pulling up a team website and buying a ticket or two.
But if you're buying tickets to Super Bowl 55, you're in a bit of luck: They aren't quite as pricy as they've been in the past, for a number of reasons examined by Yahoo's Charles Robinson. The COVID-19 pandemic reduced the added festivities of Super Bowl week, the Chiefs just played in the big game last year and there's rain in the forecast. The variety of factors appears to have overridden the fact that there's reduced attendance.
Raymond James Stadium will host this season's Super Bowl, and it can seat 65,000 regularly or be expanded to seat 75,000. The NFL has announced that 14,500 ticket-buying fans will be in attendance, along with 7,500 vaccinated health care workers that the league is letting in for free.
Below, we've got all the info you need to know about attending Super Bowl 55 in Tampa between the Chiefs and Buccaneers.
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