The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles are set to face off in Super Bowl 52. Plenty of Eagles and Patriots fans will be scouring the Internet for Super Bowl tickets to the see their squad, hopefully, pull out a victory and hoist the Lombardi trophy.
The question is, how much will Super Bowl tickets cost you?
Unfortunately for fans looking to see the Super Bowl in person, there is no perfect time to buy a ticket. Recent years have shown that the fluctuation in ticket pricing leading up to the Super Bowl has no rhyme or reason. For instance, one season a reserved-ticket allotment was made available to the public and subsequently saw pricing drop. Other times, waiting to buy can result in increased prices.
White jerseys have brought good luck not only to New England, but many teams in the Super Bowl.
Twelve of the last 13 Super Bowl winners have worn their white jerseys, a trend that actually began the last time the Patriots faced the Eagles. The one exception came after the 2010 season, when Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in their green jerseys broke up what was then a six-game winning streak for white jerseys.
In 2016, Broncos general manager and executive vice president John Elway mentioned the team’s previous success in white jerseys when Denver had the first pick of uniforms as the home team for Super Bowl 50.
Wayne Ellington had 26 points on six 3-pointers and Joe Johnson added 22 points for the Heat.
Nic Batum scored a season-high 26 points and Walker had 22 for Charlotte, which had a two-game winning streak snapped. Howard had 14 points and 15 rebounds.
With Miami trailing 105-100, Johnson got free for a dunk. The Hornets inbounded the ball to Batum, but Josh Richardson stripped the ball and passed it to Johnson, who knocked down a 3-pointer from the wing to tie it.