Chicago. The cheapest Super Bowl tickets between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs at Staif Farm in Glendale, Arizona are selling for over $4,000 before tax a week before the championship game NFL.

On Ticketmaster’s official sales platform, the cheapest tickets are $4,750, plus $902.50 in taxes and shipping, for a total of more than $5,600.

Seven days before the Eagles-Chiefs game, the most expensive tickets cost more than $25,000.

Other online resale apps like Vivid Seats or SeatGeek, where fans can resell their tickets, have no tickets for less than $4,250.

The average ticket to the 57th Super Bowl will cost about $8,700, compared to $9,500 for a seat at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium last year, according to data reported by US media.

Of course, with the Lombardi Trophy game between the Chiefs and Eagles a week away, ticket prices are expected to continue to rise on online sales platforms.

The Chiefs will be chasing their second title in four years after winning in 2019 against the San Francisco 49ers. Those from Kansas City were also Super Bowl champions in 1969.

The Eagles became champions in 2018 against the New England Patriots, after losing in 1980 against the Oakland Raiders and in 2004 against the Patriots themselves.