Unless you are rich, famous, or both..your chance of getting Super Bowl tickets are slim to none. I’m always curious of how those people manage to get their hands on Super Bowl tickets. After little research, it turns out that there are very little amount of tickets go to the general public. The big game tickets are usually reserved for the fans of the two Super Bowl teams. The NFL has a drawing of 500 pair of tickets for general public each year, here is how you can have a chance of getting Super Bowl tickets.
- Write a letter to NFL requesting 2 tickets (max allowed) with your full name, address, and phone number.
- Send it to:
Super Bowl Random Drawing
P.O Box 49140
Strongsville, OH 44149-0140
NFL, Super Bowl Game
280 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
- I’m not sure why there are two addresses, but I found two sources: source 1 and source 2
- Go to your local postal office and and you must send it via certified or registered mail.
- Pray to Jesus that you get to be picked!
Here are a few tips in order to maximize your chance: Although you can only send it one time using your address, there ain’t nothing wrong using the names of your folks, siblings, workers, or friends to send in more requests. The last day they will accept it for the drawing is June 1st. The face value for a pair of tickets is $200. I’m doing it right now, so that if I do get it, I intend to ebay it for 10 to 20 times it value. You can also sell it your local sporting agent..I’m 100% you will make money!
Imagine you do this with all the big sporting events such as the NBA finals, NHL finals, MLB world series, U S Open and the Masters, etc….I would imagine this is how some people make money by selling tickets…supply and demand baby!
how do you figure 2 weeks to June 1?
Do they say anything about when exactly that a winner would be able to purchase their tickets? And how far in advance of Super Bowl 2008 would you suggest selling the tickets?
December? November? Some dude is currently auctioning Super Bowl 2008 tickets with a starting bid of $3500 and has no bites.
Here’s a direct link to the info:
4th question down.