If you’re fortunate enough to be going to this weekend’s Super Bowl in Dallas, then… well, you’re probably rich. Super Bowl tickets weren’t always expensive — in the 1970s, you could get one for just $20. (We show you more ticket prices through the year here.) But try to get a family of four to the stadium now, and you’ll have to forfeit a fortune. We recently checked prices on StubHub.com and realized that securing a ticket for less than a four-figure amount is near impossible: depending on where you want to sit, you could easily spend $3,000 to $9,000. Multiply that by four, and you’ve got what could possibly be a down payment on a home. In this infographic, we review Super Bowl ticket prices and how else you could use that money.