(CNN) - If you want tickets to this year's Super Bowl, be prepared to really open your wallet.
TicketIQ, which tracks Super Bowl ticket prices, said Monday morning's cheapest available ticket on re-sale markets for Super Bowl LII is $4,370.
Believe it or not, that price is actually down $500 from Sunday. TicketIQ believes that's because the Minnesota Vikings failed to advance to the Super Bowl on Sunday, meaning it won't be the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl at its home stadium.
However, this year's showdown between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles still commands a pretty penny.
TicketIQ said the average resale ticket on secondary markets is more than $9,000.
The company blames the price jump on the falling number of tickets available on secondary markets.
The NFL sells the bulk of Super Bowl tickets through its own ticket broker.