Super Bowl 2024 Attendance: Allegiant Stadium Live Count
Super Bowl ticket prices soar to $12k, with 60-65k in attendance at Allegiant Stadium, attracting big names and 115 million viewers.
The 2023 Super Bowl has shattered records in every way possible. Ticket prices for this year's game were astronomical, reaching an average resale price of a staggering $12,000. With Allegiant Stadium's capacity at 65,000, an estimated 60,000 to 65,000 lucky fans are witnessing the extravaganza from seats at the Raiders' home ground.
The star-studded event has attracted big names like Justin Beiber, Taylor Swift, Paul Rudd, and Kendall Jenner, promising a starlit affair. The game itself has been a rollercoaster, with the Chiefs making a comeback in the third quarter to secure a 3-point lead after trailing by 7 points at halftime.
In addition to those in the stadium, the viewership for the Super Bowl is off the charts, with approximately 115 million viewers tuning in from home or watch parties. Over 1,000 private jets reportedly landed in Vegas to transport VIPs to the big game, including Taylor Swift's jet all the way from Tokyo.
The attendance at Allegiant Stadium was expected to be around 60,000, making it one of the smallest in Super Bowl history. For comparison, nearly 68,000 fans attended the 2023 game in Glendale, Arizona, and about 70,000 the year before in Inglewood, California. This is likely due to the exorbitant ticket prices this year.
The suite prices were eye-watering, going for a jaw-dropping $2.5 million. With prices like these, it's no wonder that many football fans opted to watch the game from the comfort of their own homes or from the numerous watch parties set up across the country. The 2023 Super Bowl has truly been a spectacle for the ages.