Super party on for fans in Tampa, even if it's more low-key
(AP Photo/Dennis Waszak Jr.)TAMPA, Fla. – Craig Cathers is decked out like a guy who's ready — totally fired up — for his team to play in the Super Bowl. They’re just happy there’s a Super Bowl to celebrate even if the party isn’t as big as usual. Restaurants, local business and hotels aren't seeing the usual high traffic of patrons expected during a Super Bowl week. According to TicketIQ, the average list price to see the Super Bowl in person has been trending down recently and is sitting at $8,310. And then Paul will start planning for next year's Super Bowl trip to Los Angeles.