June 24, 2024

To attend Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas on February 11 and support the Kansas City Chiefs, you will need to shell out thousands of dollars for admission to Allegiant Stadium.

The least costly ticket, according to 12 News, is more than $6,000 for a spot in what some may refer to as the “nosebleeds.”

According to StubHub, the cheapest ticket is currently $6,520. The price of tickets closer to the field, behind the team’s sideline, is approximately $30,000.

Additionally alerting you to Super Bowl ticket scams is the Better Business Bureau. Always purchase from a reputable seller, advises the BBB. Make sure the vendor gives you clear information about the conditions of the return policy and that you are aware of it.

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Watching her lover Travis Kelce and the Chiefs punch their ticket to Super Bowl 2024 on Sunday, Taylor Swift may be able to see him in Las Vegas on February 11th, but her international tour is quickly approaching.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who dissected a fictitious chronology, the answer is “yes.” Swift is planned to resume her successful Eras Tour on Wednesday, February 7, in Tokyo. Additionally, a gig is scheduled for the day before the big game on Saturday, February 10.

The most important question before this game was whether Taylor Swift would play in the Super Bowl if the Chiefs won. According to Rapoport, “sources say yes,” on Sunday before to the Chiefs’ 17-10 victory against the Ravens in Baltimore during the AFC Championship game.

She does, however, have a show in Tokyo on Saturday, February 10 at 6 p.m. How on earth was she going to get to the game? Allow me to present to you the concept of the international date line. Tokyo is ahead by seventeen hours. Therefore, the concert on February 10 at 6 p.m. actually begins at 1 a.m. The same day, or more accurately, the morning before, is Vegas-time [Pacific Time]. Assume the concert lasts five hours and ends at approximately 11 p.m. local time, which is 6 a.m. Saturday in Las Vegas.

 

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