NFL Pro Bowl Tickets
NFL Pro Bowl Ticket Information
From the linemen in the trenches to the quarterbacks under center, many of the NFL's biggest and brightest stars and personalities will be in top form this year at the annual NFL Pro Bowl game. With the help of the Vivid Seats marketplace, you can secure great Pro Bowl tickets to be in the stands celebrating all of this year’s selections firsthand. First launched as a traditional all-star game in 1939, the contest eventually took on the name of Pro Bowl in 1951, and for decades, pitted players from opposing conferences against one another before open rosters were ultimately employed beginning in 2013. Pro Bowl participants earn roster spots by a combination of fan, coach, and player voting.
Since 2010, the Pro Bowl has taken place prior to the Super Bowl, and has been predominately held at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii, save for seasons here and there when the location was moved to the same venue as the respective year’s Super Bowl site. No matter the venue, you’re ensured a great day of NFL action, so reserve your Pro Bowl tickets today by clicking the red button above to get started. The following screen will have a venue-specific seating chart on display to help you pick out seats, while all Pro Bowl tickets available for the game can be sorted using various on-page filters. Once you’ve made a selection, press “Buy” to proceed to checkout. You can safely and securely place your order online, or simply contact us over Live Chat or phone (866.848.8499) for personalized assistance seven days a week.
NFL Pro Bowl to Return to Hawaii for 2016
A year after taking place outside of Hawaii for the first time since 2010, the annual NFL Pro Bowl will head back to Aloha Stadium for the 2016 edition on Jan. 31. Though it’s likely other locations will regularly be awarded hosting duties from time to time, the Pro Bowl appears to be settled in Honolulu for the foreseeable future. The continuation of the format established in 2014 also will be in place, in which rosters will consist of players from both the AFC and NFC rather than keeping separate like with other all-star games.
A pair of Pro Football Hall of Famers will once again be at the helm for each team, as Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin have been tabbed as hosts for 2016. Participants earn their respective spots on the Pro Bowl roster through fan, coach, and player voting. Check out Pro Bowl tickets at Vivid Seats for access to this year’s end-of-the-season showdown in Hawaii.