If you have an extra $5,000, you can get into Super Bowl LII

Super Bowl LII is a familiar matchup – the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles met in the NFL’s biggest game 13 years ago – but it’s still the Super Bowl, and fans of both teams as well as football fans who want to be in the building on Feb. 4 know it takes a little more than loose change.

Ticket broker StubHub sent out an updated infographic on Monday, detailing ticket costs through its site.

Official balls for the NFL Super Bowl LII football game are seen at the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. in Ada, Ohio. The New England Patriots will play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl on Feb. 4, in Minneapolis, MN. (AP)

StubHub has around 1,600 tickets available, and the current get-in price for upper end seats at U.S. Bank Stadium is $4,944; those they’ve sold have gone for an average price of $6,122. The least expensive ticket is $3,000, and the most expensive ticket sold so far was $20,000 for the Delta Sky Club, a club next to the home team locker room that includes wider seats between the 20-yard lines. It also offers a private entrance, restrooms and VIP parking as well as all food, beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks.

As you’d expect, Minnesota residents have been purchasing tickets in high numbers, currently accounting for 10 percent of sales. That could quickly change though, with the Vikings losing out on the chance to be the first team to play a home Super Bowl with their loss to Philadelphia on Sunday night. Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson reported that the market was set to explode if the Vikings would’ve made the Super Bowl in their backyard.

Massachusetts and Pennsylvania residents are accounting for 8 percent and 7.2 percent of sales, respectively.