Early in the NFC Championship Game Sunday, it looked like the Minnesota Vikings would be the first team to play a home game Super Bowl.
The team was up 7-0 right off the bat. At that time, prices for Super Bowl LII were going for $5,500 a pop. After a pick six, and nothing else good, the Vikings were done and the ticket price sky was falling!
Philadelphia would go on to score the final 38 points, dominating Minnesota in the process.
Now, fans and investors who were looking to cash in on a Vikings Super Bowl trip have been thrown for a loop.
On Sunday, tickets prices fell $1700 per ticket! One Vikings fan who paid $18k for tickets, sold those same seats for $12K shortly after the game! With investment, comes risk!