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Get your Super Bowl tickets on TicketSmarter to experience the big game in-person. The Super Bowl is the annual championship held between the top NFL teams from the AFC and NFC. The game was originally conceived as part of the merger between the National Football League and the American Football League. The top team from each league would play to determine a world champion until the merger’s completion in 1970. The first game was played in 1967 with the NFL’s Green Bay Packers defeating the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Since then, the game has turned into an international phenomenon with Super Bowl tickets being the most coveted item for all sports fans. The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are the two most successful franchises in Super Bowl history with six wins apiece.  Other highly successful Super Bowl teams include the Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers and the New York Giants.

Super Bowl Ticket Prices

Tickets to the Super Bowl are a hot commodity with it being the second most-watched sporting event in the world next to the UEFA Champions League final. Various options and packages are also available to give fans different game-day experiences to make your Super Bowl trip incredible. Prices can vary depending on the seating location inside the stadium with the lower levels and seats on the 50-yard line being more expensive.

How much are Super Bowl tickets?

Super Bowl ticket prices vary and fluctuate depending on various factors like seating location and when you’re trying to buy them. Prices typically range anywhere from $4,000 in the upper deck to $60,000 for Super Bowl VIP ticket packages including box seating. The average ticket price is usually around $7,000. If you’re willing to wait until closer to game time, prices may drop, but you also risk missing out on high demand seats. If you find the perfect seats on TicketSmarter, it is best to secure them as quickly as possible before someone else beats you to them.

Super Bowl Dates & Schedule

The NFL regular season typically starts around early September and ends in the first week of January. From there, the top teams compete in the playoffs to earn a berth into their conference championship game and then onto the season-ending Super Bowl. The Super Bowl is always played on a Sunday evening in early February. Super Bowl Sunday itself has become almost like a national holiday with pre-game coverage all day. 

Super Bowl Locations

2020-2021 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL (Super Bowl LV/Super Bowl 55)

2021-2022 - SoFi Stadium - Los Angeles, CA (Super Bowl LVI/Super Bowl 56)

2022-2023 - State Farm Stadium - Glendale, AZ (Super Bowl LVII/Super Bowl 57)

2023-2024 - Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA (Super Bowl LVIII/Super Bowl 58)

Various other fan experiences take place in the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. Various concerts and pre-game parties take place throughout the week featuring top rock, pop and rap acts at different venues located in the host city. The NFL Fan Experience is an interactive and fun event for the whole family with games, autograph sessions and displays with Super Bowl history. In addition to the game, fans also get to see the Super Bowl Halftime Show featuring some of the biggest names in music performing on the 50-yard line. Performers at halftime have included Lady Gaga, Maroon 5 and Justin Timberlake.

When do Super Bowl tickets go on sale?

Super Bowl game tickets are typically listed throughout the NFL regular season with more seats becoming available as teams are removed from contention. They are not sold at any ticket office and must be purchased online. Most fans will wait until the conference championship games before buying tickets so they know if their team will make it into the Super Bowl. Prices generally spike right after the conference championships and ticket prices will typically lower as game day approaches, but this is not guaranteed.

Super Bowl Seating Chart

Super Bowl games are played in massive NFL stadiums with a selection process being used to determine a different host city each year. Since the game is played in February, they typically take place in warmer locations like Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, SoFi Stadium in Santa Clara or enclosed stadiums like US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. These stadiums will hold a capacity of 60,000 to 100,000 spectators creating a thrilling live football experience for fans in attendance.

NFL stadiums will typically feature multiple levels of seating that surround the entire field. Lower 100-level seats will get fans closest to the action on the field, while 200-level is the middle-tier and the 300-level providing fans with a wide view of the entire field and stadium. Club level and box seats may also be available depending on the host stadium. Massive video boards are standard allowing fans to see replays and up-close camera shots of the action from far away.

TicketSmarter interactive seating map can help you locate the perfect seats for the Super Bowl. Click on the game listing and a detailed seating chart will display every section with seats available. The filter tool creates a virtual box office by allowing you to sort all Super Bowl ticket options by price, section and row.

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