Want to go to Super Bowl 51? Hope you have some deep pockets.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

This Patriots fan wants to be there:

(Fan) "Next stop Houston. Absolutely, absolutely."

But ticket prices on the secondary market could set records for this year's Super Bowl. In part, because there are a record-low number of tickets available.

Ticket-tracking site Ticket-IQ says a little over 1600 seats are available for the game, a third of what was available at this time last year, and barely half of the record-low set in 2010.

The reason for the low inventory: An increase in the popularity of packages, which also include access to parties, concerts and transportation.

The average ticket price is up to about $6,400, easily eclipsing the record of $4,531 set last year. The cheapest seats: $3,600.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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