We’ve made it to the end of the road. January 19th is the day we find out which two teams will make an appearance at Super Bowl LIV in Miami! Championship Sunday is make or break for the Chiefs, Titans, 49ers, and Packers. Fans are now scrambling to get seats for Sunday’s games, shelling out cash and hoping to watch their beloved team punch their ticket to the Super Bowl. But this weekend’s tickets to the AFC and NFC Championship games won’t be cheap! Here’s a look at Sunday’s upcoming matches, Super Bowl odds, and a look at what happens to the prices of Super Bowl tickets on Championship Sunday – just in case you’re in the market!
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AFC Championship: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans
That first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Texans gave Chiefs fans a scare when Kansas City slipped 24 points behind, but Mahomes and company were able to make a crazy efficient comeback in the second quarter. They showed more of that explosiveness they were known for last season and began looking like real Super Bowl favorites. The Chiefs put up 51 points in the Divisional game, bringing their win streak to seven in a row.
Sure, the Titans have had a very impressive run, knocking off the Patriots and the Ravens to get here. They are the hottest team in the NFL for sure. And while it’s true that nobody saw their win over Lamar Jackson coming, Tennessee will need a real upset to beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead with stakes this high and a Kansas City team that’s firing on all cylinders. All bets are on the Cinderella story ending here.
Chiefs fans can almost taste that Super Bowl slot – after all, they haven’t made an appearance since 1970. Tickets to the AFC Championship started to move at halftime of the Chiefs-Texans game on Sunday and they were sold out by Monday. But you can still get tickets with us!
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NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers
We’ve sort of always known that the 49ers would be here. Green Bay? Not so much! The Packers-Seahawks game on Sunday got a little close for comfort toward the end, but Aaron Rodgers and his team pulled off the victory. Now they’ll head to the west coast to take on the best team in the NFC. While Green Bay may not stand out in our minds as one of the best or most flashy teams of the season, they did finish with a record of 13-3. In fact, their last loss was against the 49ers in Week 12… and it was ugly.
San Francisco blew out the Packers 37-8, sacking Rodgers five times in the process. And that was without 49ers linebacker Kwon Alexander and defensive end Dee Ford. Now that they’re all healthy, the 49ers look like even more of a powerhouse. San Francisco’s defense is silly good and the Garoppolo-led offense is super efficient. Their win against the Vikings this weekend was never in question.
Sure, Rodgers is great in the postseason, but it’s going to take a lot to stop the 49ers. The Super Bowl seems to be their destiny, and fans feel it. Needless to say, after a record-setting Divisional game at home (71,649 fans in attendance), tickets to the first-ever NFC Championship at Levi’s Stadium have gone fast!
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Odds to Win the Super Bowl
Following the surprising fall of the Ravens this weekend, the Kansas City Chiefs are the new favorites to win the 2020 Super Bowl. According to Westgate Superbook in Vegas, as of January 14th, the newest team odds to win Super Bowl LIV are as follows:
|Kansas City Chiefs||7/5|
|San Francisco 49ers||3/2|
|Green Bay Packers||7/1|
Super Bowl Ticket Prices on Championship Sunday…
We’re all a little over-excited about this last weekend of football before the big game. We finally find out if our teams make it (or not). Emotions run high, spirits soar, and hearts break. This is THE day when fans start purchasing Super Bowl tickets in earnest. Sometimes there are a few beers to blame for these impulse buys, but other times, it’s purely joy that propels people to reserve there spot in what might be their team’s biggest game ever. Either way, once we find out for sure which teams will be heading to the Super Bowl, tickets will start (metaphorically) flying off the shelves. It happens every year.
There are lots of factors that determine the price of Super Bowl tickets, but of course, demand is the key. This year, the New England Patriots aren’t in the mix for the first time in a long time, and while that may be a good or a bad thing depending on which team is your favorite, it opens up the Super Bowl to two new fan bases instead of one. (Patriots fans have been to the big game plenty, and lots of sports ticket experts believe Super Bowl ticket prices have been depressed as a result. It’s called “Patriots fatigue.”) For that reason, two new teams appearing on football’s biggest stage might mean prices get a boost.
The travel distance for fan bases is important too. Titans fans, for example, wouldn’t have to travel far, but Miami is a pretty long way from San Francisco. And certain fan bases are also known for traveling better than others. Another factor? Miami is a warm and desirable Super Bowl destination, so it might attract NFL fans who want to take some time off for a mid-winter vacation. After Championship Sunday is over, prices will fluctuate, often dipping just before the big game (but not always).