Tickets to Super Bowl 50 -- What You Need To Know?

Jan 25, 2016, 14:41 ET from TicketNetwork

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn., Jan. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With the Super Bowl 50 matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers now set for February 7, 2016 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, ticket industry experts expect it to be the most sought-after ticket on the secondary market this year.

TicketNetwork, a Connecticut-based business, which provides a secure online marketplace for the buying and selling of tickets for more than 100,000 sports and entertainment events worldwide, is providing guidance for consumers seeking to obtain Super Bowl tickets regarding the most critical information they need to know in order to ensure they get the tickets they desire at a fair price. TicketNetwork is also a resource for media outlets on Super Bowl ticket data including: pricing, inventory and geographical information on where tickets are being purchased nationwide.

TicketNetwork spokespeople are available 24-7 to respond to these questions with updated information or to respond to additional questions as well. Please call the contact number below to be put in touch with a spokesperson.


1) What is it costing this year to obtain a ticket to the Super Bowl 50? What are the average prices and the general range of prices available to consumers?

As of noon on January 25th (EST), the average ticket price for the game is roughly $6,300. The "get in" price of tickets is $3,400 (meaning the lowest available price) and the range is between $3,400 and $20,000. The median ticket price is roughly $5,250.

2) How can I be assured that the tickets I buy for the game are real and will successfully get me entry to the game on February 7?

Customers should only buy Super Bowl tickets from known and reliable sources – namely from the venue box office directly, from authorized ticket sellers, or from a reputable online secondary marketplace, like TicketNetwork. They should also ensure that the ticket purchase comes backed by a guarantee, such as TicketNetwork's special Super Bowl policy, where if an issue arises on gaining entry to the venue, it's the greater of a 200% refund on all tickets purchased or replacing  their Super Bowl ticket orders at market value with equal or better seats [which TicketNetwork will procure], to ensure access to the game and a fabulous experience.

Additional handy tips for purchasing Super Bowl tickets include avoid buying from unknown individuals online or in front of the venue, especially cash transactions.  In order to provide an additional layer of protection, customers should use a credit card (rather than debit cards) and examine tickets to ensure they do not appear to have been photocopied or otherwise fraudulent.

3) What is the total inventory of tickets available?

As of 1:30 pm on January 25th (EST), there is currently more than $15 million in inventory available in tickets to the game.

4) Geographically, where are the majority of ticket sales for Super Bowl 50 coming from?

As of noon on January 25th (EST), the overall most popular areas for ticket orders come from:

  • 30.6% California
  • 7.3% North and South Carolina
  • 4.8 % Colorado

Over the past 24 hours, the most popular geographic areas for tickets orders have been:

  • 24.4% California
  • 12.2% North and South Carolina
  • 12.2% Colorado

TicketNetwork's biggest order spike so far came shortly after 6:30PM (EST) on Sunday evening (near the conclusion of the Broncos/Patriots game) with another spike coming at 9:50 pm (EST) near the conclusion of the Panthers/Cardinals game (though since that game was a blow out, the orders were trickling in throughout the game and there was less of a spike).

All information in this news release has been provided by Jay Mullarkey, Vice President Sales & Community Relations for TicketNetwork, 75 Gerber Road East, South Windsor, CT 06074.

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