Super Bowl Tickets
Expect solid demand for the 2025 Super Bowl as the back in a popular location for fans to attend, New Orleans. The big game will be played on Sunday, February 9th at the Caesars Superdome near the French Quarter. The real draw may be the atmosphere around the game where New Orleans will host some amazing Super Bowl week parties for fans in attendance.
Fans who purchase Super Bowl tickets via TicketCity will receive their tickets via mobile transfer. That means that your ticket will be saved to the wallet on your phone. Tickets are typically transferred as soon as they are available, with some transferring two weeks out from the game and some on the week of the big game.
The first-step on the road to the Super Bowl is to qualify for the NFL playoffs. The NFL playoffs start right after the final week of the NFL regular-season. There are three rounds games: the Wildcard games, the Divisional games and the Conference Championship Games. The final two teams from each conference will meet in the AFC Championship Game and the NFC Championship Game, which are two weeks prior to the Super Bowl. The winners of those conference championship games advance to play each other in the Super Bowl. You can purchase NFL playoff tickets from us for all postseason football games.
How much do Super Bowl Tickets cost?
The average ticket price for "get in" Super Bowl tickets get has been above $7,000 per seat in recent years. We have seen an average SB ticket price range from as low as $6,100 to as high as $9,200. That is significantly higher than the prices of our earlier years in business when the "get in" prices for the Super Bowl were as low as $1500 to $2500 a ticket. The reason that prices on Super Bowl tickets have increased in recent years is because the league, and their official partner, have taken over more of the distribution of tickets. The NFL took control of many of the tickets they used to provide to each team which thereby centralized much of the supply of secondary market tickets for the Super Bowl. The league and their partners now offer those tickets to corporate clients as part of high priced hospitality "packages". That big change has resulted in fewer Super Bowl tickets being listed for sale on the secondary market, which has impacted prices because it is no longer a "free market". Consolidating the inventory and limiting the distribution of it can artificially keep prices higher as their are fewer sellers listing tickets for sale, and thus less competition on pricing.
Super Bowl Hospitality & Parties
The Super Bowl is more than just the big game, the NFL puts on a week long party around the big game. We offer passes to attend several of the popular Super Bowl parties (check out the full list below). We also offer Super Bowl hospitality party passes, which can provide a great place to enjoy pregam3, as well as Super Bowl parking which can make it much easier to get to the stadium on gameday.