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GLENDALE, ARIZONA - JANUARY 28: In an aerial view of State Farm Stadium on January 28, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. State Farm Stadium will host the NFL Super Bowl LVII on February 12. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Let’s face it, the NFL doesn’t exactly give us normal people a chance to get tickets to the Super Bowl, unless you’re willing to sell your car, house, or an organ. But we’re talking about THE BIRDS, so it might be worth it.
The Philadelphia Inquirer did a nice run down of what to expect if you’re shopping for tickets. Check it out ..

  • Eagles Season Ticket Holders

    In 2018 the Eagles held a lottery giving season ticket holders an opportunity to buy Super Bowl tickets at face value. As of the publishing of this article, there’s no word on what they’ll do this year, but we can assume it will be the same.
    According to the Inquirer:

    The NFL distributes 35% of the available Super Bowl tickets to the NFC and AFC champions, with each team getting 17.5%. But many of those tickets go to players, coaches, sponsors, and members of the team’s staff.

  • Non-Season Ticket Holders

    There’s virtually no chance you’ll be able to score tickets without going through a scalper.

  • Disabled?

    According to the Inquirer:

    If you have a disability and would like to put yourself in the running for tickets — one wheelchair and one companion seat — to Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas in 2024, you can send your request for the two tickets, along with your name and address, by certified mail from Feb. 1 through Sept. 1 to: Super Bowl ADA Random Drawing, 345 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10154.

  • Third Party Ticket Packages is selling tickets and hospitality packages for Eagles fans for a little less than $5,000 per person. Sound good? Your tickets do include an open bar and tailgate, but you should know that doesn’t include airfare or hotel accommodations. 

    StubHub has tickets available for no less than $5,000 – and it’s just tickets.

    TicketMaster is closer to $6,000.

  • Hotel Stays

    On doing my own research, hotel prices for the weekend of the Super Bowl are averaging around $1,000 to $2,000 a night, with 3-5 night minimum stays.

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