Future Super Bowl Tickets

Written by Charles Peacock
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Attending the Super Bowl is a once-in-a-lifetime thing (at least for the average football fan), so anyone interested in attending the big game shouldn't mind planning ahead a bit. A little far-sight is necessary when setting up Super Bowl plans, since tickets and hotel rooms usually sell out quickly--and surprisingly early. There is of course a limit to how far in advance you can book, but looking at least a year into the future can't hurt.

Planning Ahead for Your Super Bowl Trip

The obvious first requirement for any successful Super Bowl trip is tickets to the game itself. It doesn't matter how nice your hotel room is--if you don't have tickets and have to watch the game from your room you might as well have stayed home (and saved some money). Getting a leg up on other potential ticket buyers is an absolute necessity if you want to guarantee yourself a seat at the game.

One way to get advance Super Bowl tickets is to contact the NFL directly. The league sets up a lottery for people who apply for tickets by June 1st of the year before the game (the summer before the season starts). This method isn't fool-proof, however, since the NFL only allots a certain amount of tickets and only a small fraction of applicants will get the chance to buy them.

Another way to buy advance Super Bowl tickets is to go through a ticket broker. Brokers are in the business of getting tough tickets to popular events, and for a certain price they will guarantee you seats to the game you want to attend--even if it's the Super Bowl. If you're lucky enough, by the time you get to the game your home team may even be playing for the trophy!


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