Thursday, January 22, 2015

Cheap 2015 Super Bowl tickets

The game is set: Tom Brady's Patriots will battle Russell Wilson's Seahawks on Feb. 2, in the 2015 Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.

As usual, there's a wide range of ticket prices, from about $2,000 per seat for the upper decks to several thousand dollars for full-service suites. Expect to spend a minimum of $3,000 for lower-level tickets.

Ready to buy? Reserve your seats now from our partners at Vivid Seats.

If you're looking to buy last-minute tickets, bookmark this page. Prices on lower-priced tickets can drift lower as game-time nears, and Vivid provides on-site assistance for last-minute buyers.

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Get your Super Bowl 2014 tickets

Ticket prices to the Super Bowl are often volatile in the weeks before the teams are selected, and the 2014 match-up in New York City is no different. The NFL makes only a small number of tickets available directly to fans, reserving the rest for VIPs, sponsors and league insiders. That means almost anyone who buys tickets to the game will acquire them through a secondary ticket marketplace.

How much can you expect to pay for 2014 Super Bowl tickets?

Most tickets to Super Bowl 2014 fall into the range of $3,000 to $5,000 apiece. Of course, there are premium lower level seats to be had for $12,000 or so and suites for much higher prices. At last check, the lowest get-in-the-door price was about $2,600, which is actually lower than prior years.

When is the best time to buy tickets?

But expect volatility as teams are gradually eliminated from contention. If teams with rabid fans likely to travel emerge from the AFC and NFC championships, expect prices to rise for the big game. Typically, the best times to buy tickets are before the teams are set and shortly before kickoff. The worst often is right after both teams are set.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Indianapolis advances in quest for 2018 Super Bowl

NFL team owners have selected Indianapolis as one of three finalists with New Orleans and Minneapolis to host the 2018 Super Bowl. The three cities will present their best bids to the team owners in May. Minneapolis is building a new stadium that should be ready in time for the 2018 game, while New Orleans is expected to make a strong bid based on the city's 300th anniversary. Indianapolis hopes to host its second Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium. Do you think Indianapolis will land its bid?

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Super Bowl 2013 Takes Cues from Indy

The 2013 Super Bowl is just around the corner. The next game, on Feb. 3, 2013 in New Orleans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, will take cues from Indy's 2012 game. Chief among them: The Verizon Super Bowl Boulevard. The offerings, which mirror Indy's Super Bowl Village, include a four-day lineup of music, food, live national television broadcasts, interactive fan events, and the iconic Super Bowl roman numerals.  Free to the public, the Verizon Super Bowl Boulevard will open Jan. 31 and run daily until Super Bowl Sunday.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Indianapolis Plans Bid for Second Super Bowl

Multiple local news sources are reporting that Indianapolis civic leaders will soon announce the city's plans to bid for a second Super Bowl. The Feb. 5, 2012 event was a resounding success for the city thanks to unseasonably warm weather, a monumental volunteer effort and a series of Super Bowl firsts including the popular Super Bowl Village.

No word yet whether the city will bid on the 2016 game, the next one the NFL will award. The city hopes to find itself in the regular rotation of host cities, joining the likes of Miami and greater Phoenix. Indy's compact, clean downtown is a big asset, though league officials have suggested the city will need more hotel rooms to make the regular rotation.

The 2013 Super Bowl is slated for New Orleans, the 2014 game will be played in New York, and the 2015 game is scheduled for Glendale, Arizona.

Stay tuned to for Super Bowl news!

Sunday, February 5, 2012

The Giants are Super Bowl Champions!

The New York Giants are Super Bowl Champions, knocking off the New England Patriots at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, 21-17.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

It's Not Too Late to Buy Super Bowl 2014 Tickets

Turns out cheaper prices come to those who wait to buy their Super Bowl tickets! The entry level prices on the secondary market have fallen about 50 percent. At last check, tickets were available starting at about $1,100 apiece before fees.

Wanna go? Here's what to do:
  • Avoid scalpers! Sophisticated ticket counterfeiters already have victimized several fans this year.
  • Shop tickets from a licensed ticket marketplace like Vivid Seats (marketplaces list tickets from a variety of sources and update prices in real time based on the market). You can call toll free 800-840-9227 to speak with a Vivid Seats corporate sales specialist or click here to check pricing.
  • You don't have to worry about shipping. Vivid will let you know how to pick up your tickets in person.
Updated on Feb. 2, 2014

    Thursday, February 2, 2012

    Ticket Prices Plummet as Super Bowl Nears

    Get-in ticket prices for Super Bowl 2012 have fallen to about $1,600 apiece before service charges, at last check, as the countdown to the big game on Feb. 5 begins. The prices still are well above face value on tickets to the game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, as the buzz builds in the Circle City. Thousands of fans are arriving in Indianapolis today thanks to four-night-minimum stays at area hotels. The city is on track to break the league's record for attendance at the NFL Experience and will draw about three-quarters of a million people to its Super Bowl Village.