Super Bowl - Can you get Season Tickets?

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January 24, 2011 at 11:59:31
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I know there's no such thing as a Season Ticket for the Super Bowl, but...

Have you seen that commercial with the group of elderly gentlemen that claim to have been to every Super Bowl since it began?

How does one obtain a Super Bowl ticket every single year?

More to the point, how does a group of individuals obtain a group of Super Bowl tickets every single year?

P.S. I assuming that they all didn't win one of those "Super Bowl For Life" contests. I'm pretty sure those are fairly recent addition to the marketing world.

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#1
January 24, 2011 at 12:45:19
The real answer is what are you willing to do for lifetime tickets to the superbowl? ;)

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#2
January 24, 2011 at 16:55:08
1. If you manage to buy a group of tickets you are put on a list. The next year before the tickets go on sale you are contacted to see if you would like to purchase those seats again. If so they are put on hold for a short time. I have an old boss that does this. He has not been every year since the beginning but the last 15 at least. He was able to upgrade to better seats once. They have the seats broen down in classes I have no idea what these classes are I just assume they range from "these suck nose bleed seats" to "50 yard line I just saw the coach picking his nose seats".

2. Long time corporate sponsors have groups evrey year. Some are given to them via the contract some are purchased. These normally end up in the hands of upper management I am guessing and sometimes awarded as bonuses. This is the method many who manage to make it every year have obtained theirs.

3. Back to the list. I am told that if you purchase above a certain class again you are on this first call list. I am told that once on this list you get some perks. If say this year you want two more tickets but all the seats in your area belong to someone on this listif they don't need their seats or do not buy by the cut off date they may be offered to you.

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#3
January 24, 2011 at 19:52:41
According to the following article, SuperBowl tickets in 1967 were $9. In 2011? Close to $3000.

"The average household income of people who purchase Super Bowl tickets is $222,318."

Still want those season tickets?

Super Bowl XLV ticket prices soar


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#4
January 24, 2011 at 20:04:24
Yes.

You must be assuming that my salary is average or below.

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#5
February 4, 2011 at 11:36:35
Likely said ""these suck nose bleed seats" to "50 yard line I just saw the coach picking his nose seats".

You have such a way with words. LOL


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#6
February 20, 2011 at 22:34:07
I am glad I didn't pay $3,000 this year....my team lost! (cry)

I thought it was neat they had a big screen for people outside the stadium to tailgate and watch the game. Then I heard that it cost $400 to be in that reserved area in the parking lot to watch that big screen...lol.


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#7
February 21, 2011 at 10:26:34
I lived in pittsburgh from 99 - 04 and to be honest hated the steelers but that's another thread but anyway I worked with a guy that always bragged about going to the games and how much his passes cost him every year. I found out he had not actually been to a game since the early 80's. He paid a hefty amount for two parking spaces for every home game and extra for away games so that he could taigate. I am at a loss here I really do not understand this concept. Let me get this straight I am to pay a large some of money to sit outside in all sorts or weather for hours at a time. I have to use a nasty portable toilet. If I am able to watch the game it is to be on a small portable tv. While I am doing this I can be happy in the knowing that there are hundreds more there doing the same things while I have a very nice home with a full kitchen, a full bath, and a 50 inch flat screen tv. *scratching head* What the heck homer. He tried to convince me to meet him at a game once. I found that this could be done in several cheaper methods such as parking two miles away for $10 during game time and walk to the lot he was in or take a city bus from my home and only have to walk 1 mile to where he was for $2. Uhhhh ..........WHY?????? I just don't get it. What about this is fun? Hangin' with your friends? Come to my place. We can watch the game on a big screen, have a clean toilet, be out of the weather, and drink to our hearts content if that is what we feel like. Heck I'll only charge $5 for parking lol.

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