The countdown for Super Bowl 2019 has already begun as the biggest American Football’s Championship game event gets set to replicate its magic for the 53rd time on 3rd February 2019, this time at Atlanta Falcons’ all-new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Four weeks into the regular NFL season and the tables look like someone turned them upside down. With another enthralling Super Bowl on the cards, fans have already started marking their calendars and checking up to book their seats well in advance. However, the equal seat share among all fans, the limited availability of seats, and the high prices mean that buying a Super Bowl Ticket is no cake walk.
Super Bowl Tickets 2019
However, fans know how to get it done with just a little help from the internet. If you’re a Super Bowl fan and wish to watch it this year as well irrespective of whether your team will make it or not, we’ll help you get your tickets and guide you through to the best of options available. Right from the pricing to the ticket shares for each team in the NFL, here is every detail you need to know about the Super Bowl 53 Tickets.
The total number of seats are divided each year at the Super Bowl venue to ensure fans of every team in the NFL gets to watch the mega event. As per the numbers, the two participating teams get the biggest share, 17.5% each, while the host team gets 5% share for the local fans. So in case, the Atlanta Falcons do make it to the Super Bowl, they’ll have 22.5% of seats reserved for them. The remaining NFL teams equally divide around 34.8% share of the total seats available while the remaining 25.2% includes the online sale of tickets, seats for the media houses, sponsors, and other VIPs. This 25.2% also includes the hospitality packages provided by NFL.
The graph of Super Bowl ticket prices has only gone north. The average ticket for the Super Bowl LIII is expected, according to TicketCity.com, to range from around $3667 to $9570. The exclusive hospitality packages will start from $5000 with the highest package ending up at $17,500. These are just the initially fixed prices which of course will dwindle. Last year’s most expensive ticket ended up getting sold for $175,790. The packages are including special seating, pregame parties, dedicated entrance, On-site Concierge service, post-game field access, and a chance to meet the players of course
How To Book A Ticket for Super Bowl 53
NFL has already started the ticket sales for Super Bowl 53 on its online ticketing portal, NFLOnSite.com. Around 9,500 seats will be made available via the online portal. The prices will dip as the NFL season progresses but will shoot up the moment playoffs begin. To book a ticket, all you need to do is, visit the website, fill in the details, and get your seats reserved before anyone else does. You can easily cancel out the tickets if your side fails to make it through to the Super Bowl LIII, but for that, you’ll have to book via the ticket resale portals like Vivid Seats, Ticket City, StubHub, Prime Sport, Ticket Master, and many more.
If the tickets are sold out or if you are not planning to watch Super Bowl live from the stadium, just follow our streaming channel lists here: https://superbowlnews2019.com/super-bowl-live-stream/
We hope this guide helps you with getting your ticket to the Super Bowl LIII and we also expect your team makes it to the Super Bowl.