While most fans will be watching Sunday's game at home or with friends, some dedicated members of the #BirdGang will be traveling to Charlotte, North Carolina to cheer on the Arizona Cardinals in person. A local ticket broker says going to the game may be cheaper than you think.
"I can't predict the future, but with 7,500 tickets on the market with prices coming down, I think they're going to drop further," said William Furniss, the owner of TicketLobster.com. The valley-based broker has been in business for 18 years.
"All the indicators are showing right now that if you wait, you're going to save some more money," he said.
That's because the supply of tickets is growing. Between January 19th and 20th, 1,000 tickets went on the market and the prices are lower than you think.
"Ticket prices starting at 180 lower level, starting at $450," said Furniss.
Of course, fans will still have to pay for airfare and hotels, but the lower prices are luring some die-hard fans to North Carolina.
"There's a lot of support for the Cardinals and the Cardinals' fans are strong in the belief that we're going to pull through and win this one."
While it may be tempting to go through sites like Craigslist or eBay, Furniss says using a licensed broker is worth the extra money.
"Dealing with a licensed broker gives you a piece of mind and some security."
If you're really looking to splurge, there are some high dollar tickets available. One seat in one of the suites is $4,200.