When buying tickets for the Super Bowl on February 2, 2014, please use the following MetLife Stadium seating information to guide your purchase.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Seating Guide
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Premium Seating
Sprinkled throughout MetLife Stadium are several premium seating options. Suites will offer fans a comfortable view of the event from rooms ranging in size from 12-30 guests, and include amenities such as VIP parking, wet bar and refrigerator, private entrance and lobby, private restrooms, and multiple flat screen TVs. Similarly, private clubs and mezzanine clubs offer a luxurious way to take in the event as well.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl General Information
Personal cameras are permitted inside the venue, with the exception of video cameras and professional recording devices. Small bags and purses, food in a clear plastic bag, sealed water bottles or soft drinks 20 oz. or less, computers and tablets, and blankets also will be permitted. Umbrellas, signs, banners, strollers, weapons, and outside food and drink are prohibited. No re-entry will be permitted. MetLife Stadium is a smoke-free facility, though guests may utilize the designated smoking areas on the Plaza Level. All rules may be subject to change in the case of the Super Bowl.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Dining Information
Many food and beverage options will be available for fans attending the Super Bowl at all levels of MetLife Stadium, including concession stands and portable stations providing a number of local vendors, as well as traditional stadium selections. From Papa John's to Rita's, New York Delicatessen, and Lobel's Grill, guests will have plenty of options on the day of the event. Gluten-free and organic and natural menu items will be on sale, as well as beers of the world, and other alcoholic beverage choices for guests 21 and over.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Parking Information
Over 25,000 parking spaces are available for events at MetLife Stadium. Prices and availability will vary depending on the type of event. Outside cash parking and pre-paid permits may also be an option. RV and bus parking will be permitted in designated lots. Those in need of public transportation to get to MetLife Stadium can utilize the NJ Transit Rail Service, Metro-North, Coach USA Bus Service, or park and ride using the services provided by the Frank R. Lautenberg Train Station. Tailgating is permitted in the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots, except for in the parking deck.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Gate Times
Gates typically open two hours prior to the start of an event.
MetLife Stadium Super Bowl Accessibility Information
The state-of-the-art nature of MetLife Stadium allows for the admittance of all guests. All features of the venue are ADA compliant, including the availability of accessible parking, seating, restrooms, concessions, and more.