Super Bowl Tickets
Super Bowl tickets are on sale now at Razorgator! In early February, the global media and stars from all walks of life will descend upon Arizona for a week of parties, promotions, and pre-game festivities. If you’re the type who likes to be where the action is, it doesn’t get any better than this. If you just like football, this is the ultimate game in 2015. Razorgator has your prime Super Bowl tickets!
Super Bowl 2015 News and Updates
2/1/14 - With a little over 24 hours until the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks kick off Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium, last-minute Super Bowl tickets start at $1,660 for Upper Sideline seats near the end zone corners — that's $400 more per ticket to get in compared to prices on Friday morning. Cheap 50-yard line seats range from $2,056 - $2,823 in the 300 level; similar seats in the 100 level start at $3,850 about 20 rows from the field.
1/31/14 (PM) - Based on the average price paid per ticket, the Super Bowl still rules supreme over other sports championships. Fans paid an average $1,198 per ticket to attend the 2013 Masters, $912 for the 2013 Final Four, and $1,455 for a 2014 BCS Championship ticket. Buyers to date have paid an average $3,985 for 2014 Super Bowl tickets.
1/31/14 (AM)- We continue to see a drop in the average price of 2014 Super Bowl tickets the week of the big game, but not at the rate of years past. Currently, the average price is $2501, a 17 percent drop since Monday. The cheapest ticket remains around $1200.
1/30/14 (PM)- Will the price of Super Bowl tickets drop below $1000 in 2014? The current get-in price at MetLife Stadium is $1166. The average price of Super Bowl XLVIII tickets is $2683, down 13 percent in the last 48 hours.
1/30/14 (AM) - In the last four hours the cheapest Super Bowl ticket has dropped from $1370 to $1273, the lowest price on the secondary market to date.
1/27/14 – Between the cold climate, Manning brothers, and secondary market ticket prices and trends, Super Bowl XLVIII is shaping up to be eerily similar to two years ago in Indy; it was the year that Peyton Manning offered up advice to little brother Eli as he and the Giants geared up to play at Lucas Oil Stadium. Now, roles are reversed as Peyton competes in Eli’s home. While the younger of the two brothers was able to take advantage of a retractable roof, Peyton will face the Seahawks in roughly 30 degree weather outdoors. Can Peyton Manning and the Broncos bite the cold and win Super Bowl XLVIII? Since last week, the average price of Super Bowl 2014 tickets has dropped 25 percent while the cheapest ticket saw a 36 percent fall; you can now get into MetLife Stadium Sunday for a mere $1298.
1/24/14 – For the first time since 2010, the Super Bowl will feature the top seeds in each conference, pitting the league’s best offense Denver Broncos against the NFL’s best defense Seattle Seahawks. Peyton Manning will look to make history as the first quarterback to start and win two Super Bowls with two different teams on his brother Eli’s home turf, MetLife Stadium. The Seahawks are looking to win their first NFL Championship in franchise history behind young and mobile QB Russell Wilson, who is equally dangerous with his legs as he is with his arm. The average price of 2014 Super Bowl tickets peaked following the AFC and NFC Championship games and has since fallen 15 percent. Get-in to MetLife Stadium for $1519 to watch the first-ever outdoor Super Bowl in the Northeast!
1/7/14 - Wild Card Weekend separated playoff pretenders from Super Bowl contenders, giving us the season’s Elite Eight teams that will collide this Saturday and Sunday in round two of playoffs. In the NFC, San Francisco will travel to Carolina, while the New Orleans Saints will visit the No. 1 seeded Seattle Seahawks. The AFC pits the No. 1 seeded Broncos against the Chargers, while the Colts meet the Patriots at New England. After these teams were determined, Super Bowl ticket prices jumped up over $100 in price to $3,452 on average. The get-in cost for Super Bowl 2014 sits at $2365 in the Upper End Zone level. The winners of the Divisional round will move one step closer to glory when they advance to the NFC and AFC Championship Games in two weeks. Super Bowl ticket prices are sure to spike after those deciding games as well.
Super Bowl History
When the first AFL-NFL Championship Game was played in 1967, few people in either league could predict that the game would snowball into one of the days on the calendar that an entire nation would look forward to – the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl matches up the last two teams standing after a long, grueling season and a pressure-packed playoff tournament. Every NFL player strives for this from day one and, for those who get here, this is their chance for a piece of history. Super Bowl Champions are immortalized forever. Losers are generally forgotten. As if the drama of the game itself isn’t enough, the Super Bowl has also become a cultural event of monumental proportions, and holders of Super Bowl tickets are sure to witness the game of a lifetime.
That first Super Bowl game was played at the Los Angeles Coliseum, and featured the NFL’s Green Bay Packers at the height of their dominant period in the 1960s, and the Kansas City Chiefs, who were owned by one of the AFL’s co-founders, Lamar Hunt. The Packers would take the game by a 35-10 count. Green Bay would return for the second game in 1968, knocking off the AFL representative Oakland Raiders 33-14 at the former Orange Bowl stadium in Miami. It wasn’t until 1969 and the third game that the Super Bowl name was adopted, and the first two games were retroactively referred to as Super Bowls I and II. Super Bowl III featured another traditional NFL power, the Baltimore Colts, facing off against the AFL upstart New York Jets. Even though the Colts were heavily favored, having lost only once through the regular season and the NFL playoffs, Jets quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed a win at a pregame event in Miami – and then followed through, bringing the AFL its only Super Bowl crown before becoming the merged American Football Conference (AFC).
First the AFC, then the NFC… Throughout the 1970s, the AFC would flex its collective muscles, as the Pittsburgh Steelers rose to prominence while winning three Super Bowls in five years. The Chiefs, Colts (having switched to the AFC as part of the AFL-NFL merger), Miami Dolphins, and Raiders would also win glory for the AFC, while the Dallas Cowboys would be the only NFC team to break through during the decade. The Steelers claimed their fourth Super Bowl to open the 1980s, while the Raiders would win twice more in the early part of the decade as well, but then the NFC would stake their claim as the power conference through the rest of the decade and well into the 1990s. The Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, and the Cowboys would establish a chokehold with multiple Super Bowl wins through the 1980s and 1990s, along with the Chicago Bears and their “Super Bowl Shuffle” team of 1986 and another Packers title in 1997. More recent times have seen the New England Patriots claim three Super Bowls in four years, while newer teams such as the St. Louis Rams, Baltimore Ravens, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have reached the Super Bowl pinnacles as well.
The 2014 Super Bowl will be played at Metlife Stadium, the home of the New York Giants and Jets. Get ready to experience the game in person; get your Super Bowl tickets today!