Super Bowl Tickets
Feb 5, 2017
2017 Super Bowl
NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
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. Buy Super Bowl LI tickets for the grand finale taking place on Feb. 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, home to the Texans. 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 2017 tickets. Call 866.827.7094 for personalized order assistance today.
Super Bowl Ticket Prices
How Much Do Super Bowl Tickets Cost?
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Cheapest Super Bowl Tickets
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Future Super Bowl Locations
Super Bowl 2018: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.
Super Bowl 2019: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.
Super Bowl 2020: South Florida
Super Bowl 2021: Los Angeles, Calif.
Super Bowl Ticket Packages
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Super Bowl News
Super Bowl to Return to Houston in 2017
For the third time overall and first since 2004, the city of Houston will have the honor of hosting the Super Bowl when it takes over NRG Stadium on Feb. 5, 2017. After taking a year off from Roman numerals to commemorate historic Super Bowl 50, the NFL will return to its usual designation for Super Bowl LI. Interestingly enough, the last time Houston was the Super Bowl host, it featured a showdown between the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers, two teams likely to be in the mix for an appearance in Super Bowl 2017.
The 50th edition of the NFL’s grand finale was chock-full of intriguing headlines, as the milestone game took place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., for the first time ever, and also gave fans a never-before-seen showdown in the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers. With a 24-10 win, Denver collected its third Super Bowl title, while legendary QB Peyton Manning collected the second of his career and also secured his 200th career victory, and linebacker Von Miller earned MVP honors.