NFL Pro Bowl Tickets
NFL Pro Bowl Ticket Information
Vivid Seats has an All-Pro lineup of NFL Pro Bowl tickets for the NFL's end-of-the-season exhibition featuring the league's best players. The NFC and AFC will be pitting their brightest talents against one another in a display of elite skill and athletic ability. See your favorite players represent your hometown team! Customers can skim through our Pro Bowl ticket inventory twenty-four hours a day and set aside seats at Aloha Stadium for the NFL's All-Star contest. From the linemen in the trenches to the quarterbacks under center, the NFL's biggest stars and personalities will be in top form this year at the Pro Bowl. Tickets will go on sale on our website as soon as they hit the market.
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NFL Pro Bowl Voting
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2015 Pro Bowl to Take Place at University of Phoenix Stadium for First Time Ever
For the first time ever, the NFL’s annual Pro Bowl game will be staged at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., when the 2015 edition comes to town on Jan. 25. Though the game has become synonymous with Hawaii, where it has predominantly been held over the years, it has on occasion been moved to other venues around the country but never before come to the Glendale stadium. The event was last moved to Miami’s Sun Life Stadium in 2009, which also hosted the Super Bowl that year, and the same will be the case for 2015 with University of Phoenix Stadium also set to host the league’s grand finale in February. However, those that prefer the Pro Bowl in Hawaii need not worry, as Aloha Stadium will reprise its role the following season.
One pertinent detail that likely won’t be changing this year is the move to allow players from all conferences to be drafted instead of remaining separated according to AFC and NFC ties. Instituted in 2014, Pro Bowl rosters were compiled by team captains, Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders, who selected eligible players during a nationally televised draft, though some voting by fans, players, and coaches also was used.