The Associated Press
There are still tickets available for the Super Bowl, but it's going to cost you.
Three hours before the game, one fan outside the Superdome was selling a single ticket for the terrace level -- aka the nose bleed section -- for $1,500. That's almost double the face value.
Tickets were a little cheaper on NFL Ticket Exchange, the NFL's official ticket reseller, but not by much. Terrace-level tickets were going for $1,250 to almost $2,200. By comparison, tickets on the first level were practically a bargain, ranging from $2,400 to $2,600.
-- Nancy Armour -- http://www.twitter.com/nrarmour
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