Looking for Super Bowl LIII tickets immediately after that AFC Championship win over the Chiefs, Patriots fans? You're going to have to be ready to drop some serious dough to make it happen.
As of 11:09 p.m. Sunday night, just an hour after the Patriots' big win, the cheapest tickets to get into the game were listed at $3,200 on SeatGeek.com.
The most expensive listed on the site at the time were at $14,100 for the best seats in the house in the front row on the 50-yard line.
Through the NFL website, which takes you to Ticketmaster.com, the cheapest tickets were listed at $3,895, with the most expensive at $30,000 for the front row, 50-yard line seats.
Boston 25 News reporter Natalie Rubino spoke with one man who saves up for the Super Bowl trip all year and has seen the Pats play in seven Super Bowls.
"You don't want to sit here at the end when Tom and Bill are gone and say I coulda, woulda, shoulda," said Jake Duhaime.
Jake estimates the trip will cost around $8-$10,000, slightly cheaper than past Super Bowls because of easy access from Boston to Atlanta.
Still, flight prices are on the rise. A 3-night stay in an Atlanta hotel Super Bowl weekend runs upwards of about $1,600.
Some may be willing to pay the price, viewing the experience as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Tom Brady compete in another Super Bowl.
Though, those people who thought it could be the last time back at Super Bowl LI against the Falcons didn't realize TB12 would be back at it again for the following two years, as well.
And as far as the fans go, it's always celebration time -- no matter how many times it's happened before.
"We have awesome fans," said one Patriots fan, David Andrews. "You know, to them I guess it's old hat, but I know [the fans] are ready to go and I know they'll be down in Atlanta."
The fandom that is Patriots nation is undoubtedly loud, fanatic and loyal -- something Patriot's tackle, Marcus Cannon, looks forward to seeing in Atlanta.
"[I'm] excited to see all the fans out there, and whooping and hollering during the game," Cannon said. "They always got our back, win, lose or draw."
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