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We’re now less than three weeks away from the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl, and there are but four teams remaining with a chance to compete in the biggest game of the year: the Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants. Those four fan bases will be on pins-and-needles all weekend as the NFC and AFC Championship Games, set to be played Sunday afternoon and evening, will mark either the end of the NFL season, or the start of a two week party.

Downtown Indianapolis will be the site of that party, as Super Bowl Village festivities are set to begin on January 27, and run right up until the big game. While some of the parties, dinners, and events will be cheap to attend, others will be quite pricey, none more so than the actual game itself (as it should be, I suppose).

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Super Bowl XLVI will be played on Sunday, February 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium, located on the southwest side of Downtown Indy. The Luke, as it’s sometimes referred to, typically holds around 63,000 fans, but will be expanded to seat over 70,000 for the Super Bowl. For the experience of being in the building for Sunday’s game it’ll run you about $2,100 for an upper-balcony seat in the corner. Most sideline upper-deck seats are starting around $2,500, and anything in the end zone will be at least $2,750. And those are the “cheap seats,” so to speak.

Anything in the lower bowl is running between $3,000 and $5,000 a seat, and if you’re big pimpin’ and want to sit as close as possible on the 50-yard line, get ready to drop 10K, at least. While those prices may seem exorbitant, some would argue you can’t put a price on watching your favorite team winning the Super Bowl and hoisting the Lombardi Trophy live, and in-person. Personally, I agree with that sentiment, but then, I don’t have $1,000 to drop on tickets, let alone $2,000, so my opinion doesn’t really matter.

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