How to Get Super Bowl LI Tickets

How to Get Super Bowl LI Tickets

Tens of thousands of football fans get to live out their Super Bowl fantasies and join the roar of the crowd every year, so why not you? If you want to witness all the excitement of Super Bowl LI on February 5, you’ll need a solid game plan to grab those seats – and Ticketmaster has your back. Read on for the 411 on how to make your dreams of catching The Big Game come true.

The Super Bowl Ticket Lottery

The ultra-high demand for Super Bowl tickets has led the NFL to implement a lottery system to give everyone a fair shot.

In order to get your name in the drawing, send a written request by certified mail to Super Bowl Random Drawing, P.O. Box 49140, Strongsville, OH 44149. Simply request two tickets and be sure to include your name and address in case you win.

The NFL sends a mailer to everyone who enters to inform them whether or not they won. Winners then have the option to purchase two tickets in the section of their choice by responding to the letter.

The window for entry is typically between February 1 and June 1 the year BEFORE the Super Bowl you’d like to attend. Even if you missed your shot for Super Bowl LI, you can still try for Super Bowl LII in 2018.

There’s also a separate raffle for disabled entrants, but the process is basically the same. Just send your written request by certified mail to Super Bowl ADA Random Drawing, 345 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10154 between February 1 and September 1 the year before the Super Bowl you’d like to attend.

More Ways In To Super Bowl LI

If you missed the lottery or didn’t win, don’t sweat it – you can still get in to The Big Game with Ticketmaster.

If you’re traveling with a group of four or more, our Super Bowl LI packages are just the ticket for you and your crew. These premium seats come bundled with phenomenal perks that fill the whole weekend with touchdown excitement: Super Bowl LI swag, VIP pre-game party, on-field access… the works! Learn more about Super Bowl LI packages.

Also read: How to Avoid Ticket Scams on Craigslist & Buying Fake Tickets