Hayley Berg - Tue Feb 06 2024
Less than a week away from game day and the clock is ticking to get a ticket to the big game in Las Vegas on Sunday. Our expert team at Hopper teamed up with ticket marketplace, Vivid Seats to put together a guide for those planning to travel to the Big Game this weekend. The following includes what it will cost to travel to Las Vegas for the Big Game, how much current game day tickets are going for and tips for planning a trip for game day weekend.
National Domestic Airfare Prices: Airfare for travelers from across the United States to Las Vegas for the Big Game weekend is averaging $500 per round-trip ticket, up 63% in the past two weeks alone! Flights on non-low cost carriers will now cost you ~$650 round-trip. For those looking to get out to Las Vegas this weekend, the clock is ticking! Flight prices are only going to increase as we get closer to Sunday’s game.
Flight Prices by Playoff Team City
When to Fly?
Travelers who arrive in Las Vegas on Friday and leave Monday following the game will pay nearly double for airfare compared to flying on the cheapest days. The Friday to Monday trip is the most searched set of dates for the biggest football weekend of the year, even with this price premium. Travelers looking to save hundreds on airfare should plan to fly into Las Vegas on Saturday and return home on Tuesday following the game to save the most.
Departing out of Las Vegas on Monday following the game will be the most expensive option for any travelers, so skip the Monday return to save!
When to book flights?
Book Now! Prices are only going to rise even further in the coming days as it gets closer to game day.
Accommodations during the Big Game Weekend
Prices are currently averaging $363 per night over game weekend. Book now if you plan to attend the game as many hotels are likely to sell out or increase prices at the last minute.
Golden Nugget, Las Vegas
Fontainebleau Las Vegas
Vacation rentals in Las Vegas for the Big Game weekend are averaging $536 per night, with the lowest price of a home available on Hopper being $100 per night.
Rental cars for Las Vegas over the Big Game weekend are averaging $38 per day, but travelers should be wary that rental cars may sell out over the busy weekend. Plan to get around using taxi, public transport or ride sharing services if you’re not able to secure a vehicle.
According to Vivid Seats’ Big Game data insights shows ticket prices on Vivid Seats are averaging $8,776 with the best “get-in” deal at $5,406 as of February 5, 2024. On average, fans are traveling over 1,000 miles to see the biggest game of the season. Fan searches for Big Game tickets are most prevalent in the following states:
Football fans are traveling an average of 1,100 miles to catch the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas, NV!
Safely Score Super Bowl Tickets
Pause before you post: Never share photos of tickets online. Information from the barcode to the seating details can be copied instantly and used by others.
Shop safe and secure: Only buy from trusted websites that stand behind their tickets with buyer guarantees. Be especially wary of tickets for sale on social media or that require odd payment methods, such as gift cards, money orders, or cash only on the street.
Check the credentials: Check for Third Party Confirmation and make sure the site is a member of the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB).
Mobile essentials: If you’re buying from a site with an app, download the app to get notifications and updates on your event. Make sure your phone is fully charged when you arrive at the venue to avoid check-in complications. Remember extreme weather temperatures can drain your phone faster.
The team at Vivid Seats put together a full event guide with ideas for how to spend your weekend in Las Vegas around the big game. Check out the full Live Event Guide for exciting shows and concerts happening during Big Game Weekend.
San Francisco vs Kansas City
Following the final championship playoff games on January 28th, flight searches surged to Las Vegas from both Kansas City and San Francisco. In fact, according to Hopper's data, searches from Kansas City more than doubled following the final playoff games. Similarly, searches from San Francisco surged 2.6X times following the 49ers making it into the Big Game. Both teams’ fans are eager to see their teams play in the Big Game this weekend!
You could save up to 40% on your next flight!