Super Bowl 50 Tickets

Super Bowl 50 Event Tickets

The 50th installment of the Super Bowl will take place in Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49’ers. This historic event will kickoff at 3:25 PM local California time on February 7, 2016. Levi’s Stadium, built just two years ago prides itself as the greenest and most technologically advanced sports venue in the world featuring 68,500 seats, 165 luxury suites and 8,500 club seats. There are three unique solar bridges connecting the main parking lots to the stadium containing hundreds of solar panels. A green roof perched on top of the suite tower also adds to the overall sustainability of the stadium.  Throughout the area the week of the Super Bowl, there will be a plethora of festive events including the NFL Experience and the Super Bowl City fan village, each boasting fun activities for generations of fans to explore everything about the game of football. Guests can also enjoy the ample local San Francisco area tourist attractions that blanket the region. This season’s playoff picture is intriguing as there are no clear cut favorites in both the AFC and NFC. As far as the AFC goes, any of the six seeded teams has the ability to come out on top and represent the division in the Super Bowl. The Broncos ended the regular season in the number one spot but struggled offensively at times in 2015. The New England Patriots can never be counted out despite sustaining many injuries throughout the season. The lowest seeded team, the Pittsburgh Steelers have been playing well down the stretch and are talented enough for a Super Bowl run. In the NFC, the one loss Carolina Panthers will be looking to upset Seattle and Arizona, who both have looked solid this season and will be viable opponents in the post season.


Super Bowl 50 will be epic, as Coldplay and Beyoncé are scheduled for the halftime show along with other talented special guests to appear throughout the game. Fans should make sure to secure your Super Bowl 50 tickets on the earlier side so that they are not left out this amazing, once in lifetime experience. 

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The Super Bowl is the championship game played between the conference champions from the NFC and the AFC. This is the most important and last game of the NFL season. It was first playing in 1967 following the end of the 1966 season for the NFL and the AFL, with the Green Bay Packers winning 35-10 over the Kansas City Chiefs. The two leagues had already decided to merge and this game was a way to both make the transition a little easier and a way to determine just who the best professional football team actually was, something fans had been asking for since the AFL started in 1960.

In the years since, Super Bowl tickets have become incredibly popular and the game has become a full-fledged cultural event, with fans watching at home for the funniest new commercials and first big trailers for upcoming summer blockbusters and fans lucky enough to attend enjoying a major music figure play a short set during half time.

The game has no true home. It was first played in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and has been held in stadiums across the nation ever since. The one consistent element has been that the Super Bowl is played, almost exclusively, in a warm weather part of the country. The Super Bowl follows the NFL regular season, so it is typically played in late January or early February. This makes for chillier and chillier weather the farther north one goes, so, unless a major metropolis like New York is building a new dome stadium, count on the Super Bowl being held in a place without the potential for frost bite. If anything, this makes Super Bowl tickets even more enticing.

The most successful teams during the Super Bowl era have been the Pittsburgh Steelers (thanks to an impressive run in the 1970s and the 21st century), the Dallas Cowboys (who dominated in the 1970s and first half of the 1990s), San Francisco 49ers (all about the 1980s), Green Bay Packers, and New York Giants. Fourteen teams still have yet to win a Super Bowl and four have yet to play in the event.