The average Pro Bowl ticket price has fluctuated over the years. The lowest average price for a Pro Bowl ticket was $77 in 2013. The highest ticket price is for the upcoming 2017 Pro Bowl, with an average price of $159 per ticket, which is a 28% increase from the 2016 Pro Bowl price of $115. This price increase can most likely be attributed to Orlando, FL hosting the Pro Bowl for the first time.
(Data updated 12/21/2016)
The NFL Pro Bowl is the All-Star game of the NFL, with the best players at every position getting voted into the game. The Pro Bowl used to be held annually in Hawaii, however it has undergone a few big changes in recent years and is now in different locations. Also, instead of being played after the Super Bowl as it always has been, the game is now played on the weekend between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl. The format of the teams was also changed before the 2014 Pro Bowl, and now the teams are selected by draft instead of grouped together by conference.
The Pro Bowl had been held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii every season since 1980 (except for one), however this year it will be held in Orlando, Florida at Camping World Stadium. The game has many differences to a real NFL game, mainly to make sure players aren’t injured in the exhibition. There is no motion from the offense, intentional grounding is legal, there are no challenges and there are no blitzes allowed. The defensive restrictions also call for a 4-3 to always be used, and the scores are usually quite high, as you see in other league’s all-star games. Merlin Olsen and Bruce Matthews hold the record for Pro Bowl selections, with 14 each, while Peyton Manning leads among QBs, with 14 as well. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for NFL Pro Bowl tickets.
How to Buy Pro Bowl Tickets
1. Scan through the 2018 Pro Bowl Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Pro Bowl ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.
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2019 NFL Pro Bowl Preview
The 2017 NFL Pro Bowl takes place on January 29 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL. This year’s Pro Bowl will continue the traditional format of AFC vs. NFC. The AFC team captains will be Jerome Bettis for offense and Ray Lewis for defense. The NFC team captains will be Tony Gonzalez for offense and Charles Woodson for defense.
The 2017 Pro Bowl rosters have officially been announced. Tom Brady will once again be the starting quarterback for the AFC Pro Bowl team, while Derek Carr and Ben Roethlisberger will be the reserve quarterbacks. Other offensive starters for the AFC are Le’Veon Bell, Kyle Juszcyzyk, Travis Kelce, Joe Thomas, Marshall Yanda and Rodney Hudson. The AFC defense features starters Khalil Mack, Cameron Wake, Geno Atkins, Von Miller, Marcus Peters, Eric Berry and more.
The NFC Pro Bowl team offense will be lead by Matt Ryan as the starting QB, with Aaron Rodgers and Dak Prescott as reserves. Rookie Ezekiel Elliott will get the start for the running back position, and other offensive starters include Julio Jones, Odell Beckham, Greg Olsen, Tyron Smith, Trent Williams and more. The NFC defense will feature starters Everson Griffen, Cliff Avril, Aaron Donald, Gerald McCoy, Vic Beasley, Bobby Wagner, Harrison Smith and more.
NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium Address: 1610 W. Church Street Orlando, Florida 32805
The Pro Bowl is played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL. The Pro Bowl is a week-long NFL vacation/event and is truly fun for the whole family. From the Celebrity Flag game to the numerous competitions that take place in the days leading up to the Pro Bowl, there is nothing in the NFL quite like the Pro Bowl. Camping World Stadium will be hosting the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2017 making it much more feasible to get to the NFL Event than in recent years.
NFL Pro Bowl Event Guide
What is the best place to park at the Camping World Stadium?
Parking is available surrounding the stadium, however parking fees apply, so you should look into buying a parking pass before you go to expedite the process.
When should I buy tickets for the Pro Bowl?
Always buy as early as possible, especially when you know what area you want to sit in. The Pro Bowl is a very popular event to attend, and the tickets go fast when they are available. Don’t wait!
Does my child need a ticket to enter Camping World Stadium?
Children under the age of two do not need a ticket to enter Camping World Stadium.