The NFC has been claimed by the Atlanta Falcons, who advanced to their first Super Bowl since the 1998 season. The franchise is seeking its first-ever Super Bowl title.
The Falcons will face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI on Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston.
With the victory over the Steelers, New England surpassed Pittsburgh, Dallas, and Denver to become the only NFL franchise to reach the Super Bowl nine times.
The Patriots have won four Super Bowl titles overall, most recently in 2015 over the Seattle Seahawks.
Super Bowl 2017 Ticket Prices
New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, Feb. 5 - NRG Stadium
Get-In Price: $2,588
Median Price: $4,251
*as of Feb. 3 (11:38 a.m.)
Falcons Have More Fans Traveling to Super Bowl LI
With less than a week to go until Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, NFL fans hailing from the host state top the list, accounting for 27% of all Super Bowl ticket orders. In terms of fans favoring the game's two participating teams, those in Georgia own a slight edge over fans from Massachusetts.
1. Texas - 27%
2. Georgia - 13%
3. Massachusetts - 12%
4. Florida - 7%
5. California - 6%
*Based on % of tickets sold as of Jan. 30
Super Bowl 2017 Ticket Price Trends
*On Jan. 20, the get-in price for Super Bowl LI was $3,680, with a median price of $5,717
*The get-in price dropped to $3,168 before the conclusion of the Falcons-Packers game, and checked in at $3,442 immediately following Atlanta's victory
*During the 4th quarter of the Patriots-Steelers game, the get-in price was $3,491
*The morning following the AFC and NFC Championship Games, the get-in price was $3,496 and the median was at $5,300
*Late afternoon prices on Jan. 23 - Get-in $3,252, median $5,096
*Get-in prices on Jan. 24 hovered around the $2,500 range, while the median was around $4,700
*Early evening prices on Jan. 27 - Get-in $2,243, median $3,977
History of Super Bowl Ticket Prices
*The combined average price on sold Super Bowl tickets since 2012 is $3,308
*The $4,417 average price of sold Super Bowl tickets for 2016 was 46% higher than the $3,031 average price of all four of the previous Super Bowls combined
*Click here to view the full study: What it Costs to See a Champion: Super Bowl