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Ticket Prices to See the Biggest Sporting Events

  • Published date02 June 2022  
  • AuthorStaff Writer

With many huge sporting spectacles scheduled to take place in 2022, the team at decided to take a closer look at ticket prices, past and future, to some of the biggest sporting events around the world.

Check out the findings below…

Top Sporting Events

EventSportDateAverage Ticket Price ($)

Super Bowl LVI (56)


13th February 2022


Stanley Cup Finals


June 2022


The Masters


April 2022


NBA Finals


June 2022


Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte


23rd April 2022


Kentucky Derby

Horse Racing

May 7th 2022


2021 World Series


October 26 – November 2 (2021)


Champions League Final


28th May 2022


Daytona 500


February 20 2022


100m Men's Race

Rio Olympics

August 2016


2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup


14 November 2021


2022 World Cup Final


18th December 2022


Canadian Grand Prix


June 19th 2022


WrestleMania 38


April 2nd - April 3rd 2022


AEW Double or Nothing


29 May 2022


UFC 272


5th March 2022




August 2022


NJPW 50th Anniversary Show


March 1, 2022


Super League Final

Rugby League

24 September 2022


Results showed that the most expensive sporting event was none other than Super Bowl LVI (56) in California. The biggest sporting event in North America, which included halftime performances from Dr D.R.E, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, Eminem and 50 Cent tops the list with an average of a massive $8869 per ticket price.

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Not as expensive as the Super Bowl but a ticket for the NBA Final can cost $2500 plus!

Unless you are able to secure very limited tickets directly through the Master website, tickets for this year’s tournament would set fans back a mammoth fee of $3,000, which put the event third on our list of most expensive sporting events. On average, the highly coveted tickets cost over $2,500 more than the much anticipated 2022 World Cup Final in Qatar, which will take place in December.

When compared to the cheapest sporting event on the list, the Super League Grand Final, rugby league does not even come close to matching the ticket price of the Super Bowl. At only $71 per ticket price, it highlights the difference of a whopping $8,798!

Even with all the excitement surrounding the most popular event in wrestling, WrestleMania 38 only cost an average of $308 per ticket. Although the WWE event was the most expensive when compared to other major wrestling events such as AEW Double or Nothing ($305) and NJPW 50th Anniversary Show ($101).

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