The Patriots are in the Super Bowl for the third-straight year with Tom Brady as quarterback and Bill Belichick as coach. It's also the fourth time in five years, and the ninth time in 18 years. Are Patriots fans over it by now? You'd think so. OK, you wouldn't ... but it's a bit different going to the ninth Super Bowl compared to going to the first.
For Sunday's Super Bowl against the Los Angeles Rams, fans are as excited as ever. Massachusetts leads all states in Super Bowl ticket purchases, according to the StubHub Press Box, with California -- unsurprisingly -- coming in second.
Super Bowl LIII is Sunday, Feb. 3, in Atlanta and it will air on CBS and stream here on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App for free on most connected devices.
StubHub has seen a last-minute spike in sales, with 30 percent of sales happening in the last five days. With just one day until the big game, more than 1,660 tickets are still available on StubHub.
The "get-in" price as of Saturday morning was $2,900 for upper corner seats, a bit less than the $3,100 it took to get in last year.
Every StubHub ticket holder receives complimentary access to an exclusive ATL Tailgate at State Farm arena prior to the game - featuring 10 gallons of face paint, 128oz of beer, and 7,000 fans.
Massachusetts has bought up 18 percent of the tickets thus far, with California at 12 percent, according to StubHub.
Moving into neutral fan territory, Georgia is at 10 percent, Florida and New York are at 5 percent.
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If you want to really throw some money around, the top-priced ticket as of Wednesday was $23,203.50. Those are for 50-yard line seats in the "SunTrust Club." It would be a heck of a way to watch the game, and you wouldn't have to worry about your wallet feeling too heavy.
Georgia is, of course, the newcomer on the list, but that makes perfect sense. It is hosting, after all. A lot of those fans will likely be extensions of the Rams fanbase. After all, they both stopped the Saints from playing in their new stadium and can knock off the Patriots, whom Falcons fans may also have some bad blood towards.
If you're looking for lower bowl seats, there are some seats available in the $7,000-$10,000 range. Similar to Minnesota last year, this is a shiny new arena. If you want to experience the championship there, you're going to have to shell out some cash.
While by all indications this won't be Tom Brady's last game, some other Patriots seem less sure of their future. In that regard, this could be a great game to catch.