2023 Super Bowl Tickets
The 2023 Super Bowl will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, February 12th, 2023. This will be the 4th time the Super Bowl has been played in Phoenix area. The location and warm climate make Arizona a popular spot for fans who want to attend the Super Bowl. We have many clients who pre-purchase Super Bowl tickets before they know which teams are playing, just because they want to experience a week of great food, hospitality, golf and football in the Valley of the Sun. Some sports fans are exciting about the prospects of attending the popular Waste Management Open golf tournament prior to the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is the biggest sport event in the United States and a bucket list event for NFL fans and sports fans who want to attend the big game. Prices on Super Bowl tickets have increased over the past few years as the league, and their partners, have taken more active role in the distribution of seats. The NFL centralized much of the supply of secondary market tickets for the Super Bowl, which has caused the price that fans pay to increase as it is not a true free market like it was prior to that consolidation. The other factor that influences price in big way is which teams are playing in the big game, as teams with strong fan bases tend to travel very well to see their team play in the Super Bowl. In recent years, we have seen the get-in price for tickets get as high as $7,000 per ticket (with fees) in the days leading up to the game.
Fans who purchase Super Bowl tickets via TicketCity will have to pick-up their seats in the Phoenix/Glendale area in the days prior to the game. Picking up on location is a standard practice in the ticket industry, whenever you have extremely valuable tickets which could be lost in transit. Our customer service team will reach out to all Super Bowl customers, in the week prior to the game, to provide the ticket pick-up location. Super Bowl tickets are a valuable commodity, so pick-up information can only be shared with customers who have a confirmed order for the 2023 Super Bowl. The pick-up location for Super Bowl orders will be an office space a reasonable distance from State Farm Stadium and easy to access by car.
Who will play in the '23 Super Bowl?
Congrats to the Los Angeles Rams who won the 2022 Super Bowl at their home stadium (SoFi Stadium) in Los Angeles. They will be a contender again to make it back to the 2023 Super Bowl, as will their opponent from last year - the Cincinnati Bengals. Other teams that have a good shot to be playing in Arizona next February include the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Even beyond those the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers and Tennessee Titans also look good.
The teams that qualify for the NFL playoffs will determine who plays in the Super Bowl in Glendale. 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 2023 Super Bowl. You can purchase NFL playoff tickets at TicketCity for all postseason football games.
2023 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 several Super Bowl parties, as well as hospitality and Super Bowl parking, that you can purchase to make your experience more enjoyable during game week:
Check out what events are happening in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale area around the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl Packages
Fans looking for the ultimate football experience can customize a Super Bowl Package with our team of event experts. Super Bowl packages include Tickets, Hotel accommodations, Party Passes + More.
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