The countdown to Super Bowl 50 has already begun. You won’t be able to resist the “Golden Edition” of the big game. The Game is scheduled at 6:30 PM ET on Feb. 7, Sunday, coming live from the Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco.

This edition of the Super Bowl will see the Denver Broncos square off against the Carolina Panthers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California home of the San Francisco 49ers.

CBS Sports will air the live stream. For more details on the schedule, playoffs bracket and TV info click here. You can check the live stream of the match at CBS Sports Network.

The NBC Sports notes that the current state of affairs is pretty different from last year.

“If you’re on the fence about going to the Super Bowl — now’s the time to book,” said David Solomito, North America Brand Director for travel search engine Kayak. “According to last year’s data, flight prices increased by more than 35 percent once the two Super Bowl teams were determined. So book now to score the best deal.”

According to the sources, the national average airfare into the Bay Area for Super Bowl weekend was $313-$531. NBC quotes, “They also checked fares from cities with teams still in the running, including Phoenix ($236-$429), Denver ($300-$522), Charlotte ($412-$848) and Boston ($417-$759).”

So how much will it cost you to get a ticket to the Super Bowl Arena? The lowest Super Bowl 50 ticket price will be available at $3,100. However, ticket prices at StubHub are starting at $3,450. Parking at Levi’s Stadium will cost you $68.

NBC quotes in the end, “For “just” $550,000, Vivid Seats will sell you an Ultimate VIP Super Bowl package — for 20 people — that includes round-trip tickets on a chartered jet from anywhere in the continental U.S., 10 double-occupancy hotel rooms at a four-star Santa Clara resort for three nights.”

“The trip also includes transportation and admission to the NFL Experience, industry party passes, assorted other perks and, naturally, tickets to the game.”