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Buy Super Bowl Tickets

How To Get Super Bowl Tickets?

Buying Super Bowl tickets can be extremely expensive and as such, very time consuming. One might spend hours upon hours researching the best ticket prices before actually pulling the trigger on a purchase.

There are plenty of businesses out there willing to take your money and cut to sell you a game ticket. But when it comes to customer experience, Super Bowl knowledge & information, and value for money, how do they rank?

Check out our detailed buyer’s guide from just a few years ago where we review each of the online marketplaces selling Super Bowl Tickets (and try to be fair.)

How to enter the Super Bowl Ticket Lottery?

The NFL offers an annual lottery that is free to enter and offers you a chance to win a pair of Super Bowl tickets valued at between $700-$1200 each.

To enter the official NFL lottery you simply send your request for an official entry together with your full name and address by registered mail to the address below between February 1 and June 1 of the year preceding the game.

*Unfortunately, for reasons undisclosed the NFL will not be offering a lottery in 2018. This will be the first time in decades that NFL will not be holding this system.

Instead, they are giving away 500 Super Bowl tickets, or 250 pairs of tickets, spread between all Fan of all 32 NFL Teams.


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Do you know someone who works for the NFL?

If you have set your sights on attending the Super Bowl  it’s highly likely that you have considered purchasing your Super Bowl tickets directly from the NFL. However, your chances of doing so are extremely slim. The NFL distributes their tickets according to these percentages:


  1. Super Bowl competing teams – 35%  – split evenly and given to coaches, players, families, and sponsors.
  2. Host City team – 6.2% – majority is sold to season ticket holders.
  3. Remaining (28) teams – 33.6% – distributed evenly as 1.2% for each team.
  4. NFL keeps 25.2% – tickets are sold through partners, media, and sponsors

On Location Experiences / Ticketmaster

On Location is where you purchase the hard-to-get-your-hands-on tickets booked directly through the NFL. It’s the place you’d look if you wanted to spare no expense and save no money.

You’ve also probably heard of Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster handles primary and resale tickets. They also power On Location’s tickets that we discussed above, and the official NFL Ticket Exchange. But is it also possible they coined the term “convenience fee”? Just maybe...

Win Super Bowl Ticket Contests

Past Contests

Ticketmaster Contest   –  Win a trip to Super Bowl LII, including tickets!

Pepsi Super Bowl Ticket Sweepstakes – Win a Super Bowl trip and get on the field!

P&G Bowl LIII Sweepstakes –  Get Super Bowl Tickets and a Vacation from P&G.

Pizza Hut Game Plan Sweepstakes –  Get Super Bowl Tickets from Pizza Hut.



Sadly, your chances of winning this ticket lottery or a  ticket sweepstakes is very slim.

If you don’t want to chance and want to make sure you’re in the stadium to experience all the action, you’re in the right place!


What is your refund policy?

Sorry, but no. Our refund policy specifically states that purchases are final unless the event is called off.

Can a Super Bowl Ticket be replaced if lost or stolen?

There is only one of each type of ticket available; as such, they cannot be replaced in the unfortunate event they are lost or stolen. For this reason, we advise you to put your tickets in a safe place and to take care of them at all times.

Does Fan own Super Bowl tickets?

Fan Hospitality does not own ticket inventory or set ticket prices. Ticket prices are set by the owners of ticket(s) (“Seller”). As a result, the ticket prices listed may be substantially higher (or in some cases lower) than the original face value printed on the ticket.

What is the face value of a Super Bowl Ticket?

The face value of the Super Bowl tickets typically ranges from $800-$1500. However, many tickets are priced in excess of $2,000.

When is the Super Bowl this year?

The next Super Bowl game will be played on February 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

How to Buy Super Bowl Tickets?


Super Bowl Zone Seating

The quickest and easiest method of getting your hands on some Super Bowl tickets is to buy a set of tickets by zone.

What is zone seating?

Ticket brokers get their tickets from several sources, including players, coaches, partners, & sponsors. Because the majority of these tickets are not received until one week before the game, section and row are not determined until that time.

Because of this unknown variable zone seating is the best way to get Cheap Super Bowl tickets.

The teams that will contend for the Super Bowl trophy are announced following the completion of the Divisional Playoff games. At this point, prices start to soar, so the earlier you secure your seat, the better.

Ticket Pickup

Tickets are typically available for in-person collection from the Friday before the game, and we’ll keep our doors open until the very last ticket has been collected on Super Bowl Sunday.


Who is performing the Super Bowl halftime show this year?

The Super Bowl LVIII halftime show will feature USHER!


Where is the Super Bowl Location?

Super Bowl LIX will mark the eighth Super Bowl hosted at the Superdome!

Super Bowl Stadium Address: 

Caesars Superdome

1500 Sugar Bowl Drive

New Orleans, Louisiana 70112


Key Facts About the Stadium:

Seating Capacity: 73,208 (expandable to 76,468)
Suites/club Seats: 165 luxury suites
Nearest Airport: MSY Airport

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Rihanna's Performance

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Lady Gaga Performance