Coming into the 2021 season, the Los Angeles Rams were in the top half of the NFL to win Super Bowl LVI, with +1,200 odds \u2014 meaning if you bet $100, you'd win $1,300. The Cincinnati Bengals were a HUGE longshot in comparison, sitting at +15,000, the third-highest odds to win the whole thing, trailing only the Detroit Lions and Houston Texans. Pretty much nobody thought the Los Angeles Rams would be taking on the\u00a0Cincinnati Bengals at the end of the season, but here we are. Defying those long odds,\u00a0Matthew Stafford and the Rams take on Joe Burrow and the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI this Sunday. And even if it isn't the marquee matchup of the Green Bay Packers vs. the Kansas City Chiefs, tickets to the Super Bowl still won't come cheap. With less than a week until from the big game, the cheapest tickets to get into the SoFi Stadium right now sit at $4,950 after fees on Ticketmaster and $5,900 after fees on Stubhub.\u00a0 On the high end, tickets in the VIP section are going for more than $23,000 apiece on Ticketmaster, while tickets to the lower VIP level, row 1 were going for a whopping $52,000 apiece on Stubhub. That's more than a 2020 or 2021 Mercedes C-Class. As exciting as it would be to see the Rams and Bengals go head-to-head in person, that price isn\u2019t feasible for most. Thankfully, you can have a front-row seat at home on your TV \u2014 all you need is cable, an antenna, or any streaming service (including Peacock) that gets NBC. Then you can save the rest of that money for a Mercedes.