BOSTON — The average cost of a ticket to see the Super Bowl at TD Garden in Boston, a city that plays host to Super Bowl LI on Feb. 5, will be about $80.
The price for a standard seat in the TD Garden stands at about $70, and a three-level sectional sectional stands at $90, according to information provided by the NFL’s office of marketing.
Those prices will increase in the weeks ahead.
In the past two decades, the Superdome in New York City has hosted Super Bowls at a cost of about $400,000, according the NFL.
The prices are about 40 percent more expensive than in any other Super Bowl in history.
That figure includes a new $2.3 million seat, $7.5 million seat for a sectional, and $20 million seats for four-level sections.
In 2016, New York’s stadium was sold to a group of investors led by the hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, who is also the CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management.
The $1.1 billion purchase was expected to bring in $300 million to $400 million in new revenue for the city.
The price tag is expected to be higher for the next game in 2020, according an ESPN report.
In 2014, the Patriots had a record of more than 1.3 billion tickets sold.
The last time the NFL played in New England was in 1984, when the New England Patriots defeated the New York Jets in the AFC title game, a win that helped propel the Patriots to the title game in the first Super Bowl.