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How Can I Buy Super Bowl Tickets?

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The 2014 Super Bowl is going to be at MetLife stadium in the Meadowlands on February 2, 2014.

You probably want to know how to get tickets. There is a very slim chance that you can get a pair.

The NFL only allocates 1 percent of tickets to the general public.  The only method the NFL uses to distribute tickets to the public is through a random drawing. There is no other way for the general public to purchase tickets.

Entries for the random drawing are accepted between Feb. 1 and June 1 of the year preceding the game in question. All ticket requests must be sent via certified or registered mail. Those selected in the random drawing will have the opportunity to purchase two tickets.

Requests To Buy Super Bowl Tickets

Requests should be sent to:

Super Bowl Random Drawing
P.O. Box 49140
Strongsville, OH 44149-0140

You should include your name, address, phone number and e-mail address.  Only one request per address is accepted. All duplicate requests will be disregarded.

If you're selected, you'll be notified in October or November.

There is a separate drawing for wheelchair accessible seating. The deadline to enter is Sept. 1. Send entries to:

Super Bowl ADA Random Drawing
National Football League
280 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10017

Where do NFL Super Bowl tickets go?

75% of the tickets are split among the 32 NFL teams.
5% go to the host team
17.5% go to the AFC representative team
17.5% go to the NFC representative team
35% go to the remaining 29 teams. Each one gets 1.2%
25% Controlled by the NFL and given to companies, broadcast network, media, sponsors and host committee

 

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