The Super Bowl is the nation’s premier spectator event of the year, and because so few tickets were released for sale directly to the public (less than a thousand), there is a perception that it is practically impossible to get tickets without going the very high priced scalper route on the secondary market
That is not true.
The vast majority of authentic tickets for public sale go to the League’s official travel package arm, NFL On Location, and are sold as part of packages, rather than a la carte. But “package’ in this case is misleading, as most are pretty basic, adding a souvenir program, parking pass, and hospitality lounge within the stadium, rather than big ticket travel items like hotel rooms or air, though those are available as well.
Basically these packages are a ticket – guaranteed to be real, unlike many bought on the secondary market – plus some nice VIP amenities. All come with access to The Super Bowl Club hospitality lounge before and after the game, which includes free full premium menu, top shelf open bar, autograph appearances by former NFL players, plus preferred on location parking and a $50 or $100 in-stadium merchandise coupon.
Less than a week before the main event, there are still plenty of options available for seating, from $2,499 for corner spots to $7,000 for the best remaining seats, prime sideline locations in the 200 level. There are several options in between these, including lower level end zone seating for $3,499. All these tickets are just a click of the mouse away.
Enjoy the Big Game!
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