Super Bowl Tickets
Feb 7, 2016
2016 Super Bowl
Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, CA
Super Bowl Ticket Information
Your Super Bowl tickets are available at Vivid Seats - the football fan's top destination for tickets to the biggest game in American sports. Super Bowl 50 will take place on Feb. 7, 2016 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., home to the San Francisco 49ers. Vivid Seats has long been a trusted partner of football fans attending the NFL's marquee game. Featuring an industry-best customer service center and flexible delivery methods, you can rely on our ticket marketplace as your hassle-free connection to great Super Bowl 50 tickets. Call 866.827.7094 for personalized order assistance today.
Super Bowl Ticket Prices
How Much Do Super Bowl Tickets Cost?
No matter what you're looking to spend, Vivid Seats has tickets to fit your budget. The current get-in price is $3254.
Average Price for Super Bowl Tickets
As the biggest game of the year, average prices for the Super Bowl exceed that of your typical NFL contest. While even cheap Super Bowl tickets are going to be more expensive than most NFL games, there are still great deals to be found. Prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand, so be sure to get your cheap Super Bowl tickets before it’s too late!
Future Super Bowl Locations
2017 Super Bowl: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
2018 Super Bowl: Vikings Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.
Super Bowl Ticket Packages
Vivid Seats has a tremendous selection of Super Bowl packages available right now for the NFL's big weekend in February. It is our objective to provide you with the best Super Bowl experience possible. Allow us to create a package that includes hotel accommodations, transportation to and from the game, and Super Bowl party tickets for you and your guests. Our elite team of customer service representatives is ready to help you customize your Super Bowl package and offer insightful information regarding all Super Bowl tickets available during the weekend.
Super Bowl News
2016 Game Officially Designated Super Bowl 50
The designation for the 2016 NFL grand finale will feature the number “50” instead of its Roman numeral counterpart, “L.” According to NFL representatives, the “L” isn’t as visually appealing as “50,” so for the first time since 1967, the league has opted to use the latter. Not only will the 2016 event be celebrating the game’s golden anniversary, but it also will mark the first time ever being held at Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers that opened in 2014. The change in designation will last just one season, as the NFL stated it will return to Roman numerals in 2017.
With such an historic milestone on the horizon, expect the league to pull out all the stops in commemorating the 50th Super Bowl. The game hasn’t been held in California since 2003, when it was hosted at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The Seattle Seahawks have competed in two of the last three Super Bowls, defeating the Denver Broncos in 2014 and falling to the New England Patriots in 2015.