Experts are saying that this is the most expensive Super Bowl of all time.

There are about 1,200 available for the Super Bowl on the secondary market and the average price is about $5000, which beats the record of last year's average of $4,500. Some say, though that they could have been even higher if Dallas or Houston stayed in to the big game.

At these supply levels, a Cowboys, Steelers and Packers appearance could have shot the market to a $10k average asking price,” Ticket IQ spokesperson Jesse Lawrence said in an email to USA TODAY Sports. “Historically, supply increases about 100% from Championship Sunday to peak supply, and it will be interesting to see how this year compares", according to KHOU.

Kickoff for the Superbowl between the Patriots and Falcons is 6:30 eastern on FOX.

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