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How To Find The Cheapest Super Bowl Experience Tickets + Face Value Options

Set for February 7, 2021 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium, the 2021 Super Bowl will be first in the COVID era. A limited number of fans will be allowed into the stadium for the game, but a great way to get a taste of the fun and into the Super Bowl spirit is the Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s. This interactive experience is a Super Bowl tradition, and those who go this year will be part of history — for the first time, the Super Bowl Experience will be held outside, and it will be free, though reservations are required. 

The Super Bowl Experience is set for Friday, January 29–Sunday, January 31 and from Wednesday, February 3-Saturday, February 6 along the 2.7-mile Tampa Riverfront Park. In the past, 100,000+ fans took part in the Super Bowl Experience. This year, it’s unclear if that number will be higher or lower — the event is free, but there will be COVID-19 protocols in place. 

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What Is The Super Bowl Experience

The Super Bowl Experience is a time for fans to virtually meet and greet current NFL players and legends, as well as get autographs, and snap a photo with the Vince Lombardi Trophy. 

Below are some of the experiences that will be available at the Super Bowl Experience: 

  • 40-yard dash against NFL players on an LED screen
  • Vertical jump against NFL players on an LED screen
  • A Super Bowl rings display with all 54 Super Bowl rings
  • Access to an NFL Shop
  • Youth-focused interactive Play 60 Zone
  • Multiple food and beverage concessions

In the past, the Super Bowl Experience has also offered the opportunity to test your hand at quarterbacking, run through an obstacle course similar to those used by the pros, test-drive your rushing skills, try kicking a field goal, or test your accuracy by throwing a Hail Mary pass. 

Specifics for this year’s Super Bowl experience have not yet been released, but fans can sign up here to stay updated.

Where Does Super Bowl Experience 2021 Take Place

Super Bowl Experience 2021 is slated for the Tampa Riverwalk, a vibrant waterfront location near the city’s convention center. Fans can drive or use public transportation to get to the Riverwalk.

From I-275 North, take Exit 44, and bear right to Ashley Street. Parking is available in the Poe Garage. If you're coming from the Crosstown Expressway West, take Exit 7 West, and follow Brorein to Tampa Street. Parking is available in multiple city lots or at the Convention Center. In town, there is a trolley available from Cotanchobee, the Marriott, and the Convention Center.

When Does The Super Bowl Experience Take Place 

  • Friday, January 29: 5-10 p.m.
  • Saturday, January 30: 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
  • Sunday, January 31: 10:00 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Monday, February 1: CLOSED
  • Tuesday, February 2: CLOSED
  • Wednesday, February 3: 3-10 p.m.
  • Thursday, February 4: 3-10 p.m.
  • Friday, February 5: 10 a.m.-10p.m.
  • Saturday, February 6: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. 

How To Get Super Bowl Experience Tickets

While tickets to the event are free, fans still have to register for tickets. To do so, fans must download the NFL OnePass to select a date and time. Organizers recommend that if the date and time you want is not available to sign up for entry anyway. Fans may be able to get in at an alternate time, or can wait in a standby area at Julian B. Lane Park. 

Organizers aren’t guaranteeing that standby fans will get in, but a OnePass reservation will still be needed for access. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will be a cap on the number of fans allowed in daily, face coverings will be required, and participants will be asked to maintain a social distance of 6 feet while attending the Super Bowl Experience. 

Super Bowl Experience COVID-19 Protocols

Health protocols for the Super Bowl Experience will be in place, and the NFL has created a “playbook” for those attending the event. Physical distancing and face coverings will be required while at the Super Bowl Experience. According to the NFL’s website, social-distancing markers will be displayed throughout the Super Bowl Experience, including in lines for rest rooms, shops and concessions. In addition, fans will be required to wear facial covers at all times, except when “actively eating or drinking.” Face coverings with a vent or the wearing of a face shield but no mask will NOT be permitted. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the Super Bowl Experience, and patrons are encouraged to sanitize or wash their hands frequently. 

Entrances and exits to the Super Bowl Experience will be clearly marked and organizers are working to create entry and exit points that will result in the least amount of congestion. Signs will be clearly posted at the venue to help fans (and workers) know where to go. Physical-distancing signs will also be clearly displayed throughout Riverwalk Park. 

Finally, fans feeling ill once they have entered the Super Bowl Experience can visit a first-aid station where isolation areas will be available. In addition, should you feel ill before you enter the Super Bowl Experience, organizers ask that you please “be a good teammate and stay home.” Fans are also asked to make a “health promise,” meaning they have not been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19 within the last 14 days, that they have not experienced any COVID-19 symptoms within 48 hours, and that they have not traveled to any state or country with COVID-19 quarantine policies within the last 14 days. 

In addition, Super Bowl Experience workers will be required to make the same promise, wear personal protective gear, and get daily temperature checks. Staff will also be practicing enhanced cleaning and disinfecting.

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Super Bowl LV Tickets Buying Guide: How To Find The Cheapest Seats In 2021

Super Bowl LV Attendance Policy

News broke recently that capacity at the game might be limited to 20% due to COVID-19. If that turns out to be the case only 13,000-15,000 people would be able to attend the game, and that could have a major impact on secondary market ticket prices. 

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Super Bowl LIV Parties - Cheapest Tickets and Schedule

As of Thursday morning, the cheapest ticket for Super Bowl LIV is just over $5,000, and the average price is now right around $8,300, which is the most expensive average on the Wednesday before the game in 10 years. At this pace, the first-ever $10,000 average on game-day is more likely than not.

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Hard Rock Stadium Seating Chart + Section, Row & Seat Number Info

Thank you for visiting TicketIQ’s Hard Rock Stadium seating chart blog post. Our goal is to provide the most detailed Hard Rock Stadium seating chart, with details on row and seat numbers, club seats, and how to find the cheapest tickets to Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes tickets. Hard Rock Stadium will host Super Bowl LIV in 2020, the College Football Playoffs in 2021 and is home every year to the Orange Bowl and Miami Open tennis tournament. 

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The Big Lead: Despite Lower Demand Match-Up, Super Bowl LIII Tickets Aren't Cheap...Here's Why

With the Patriots in their 5th Super Bowl this decade and the LA Rams still developing a fan base, most ticket market observers believed that prices for Super Bowl tickets would be cheaper than recent years. According to data from ticket market search engine TicketIQ, however, prices for Super Bowl LIII tickets remain high, with the average price for tickets for the Patriots and Rams matchup still hovering above $6,000 with the cheapest ticket going for around $2,750. For the first five Patriots Super Bowls, ticket prices followed a script in which prices fall in the second week which conditioned fans to play the waiting game. Since 2015, however, Super Bowl tickets appear to be following a different script–one in which prices rise in the week leading up to the big game.

For Patriots fans wondering why prices are so much higher than the good old days, the answer lies in the 2015 Super Bowl market blow-up, which was driven by many speculative broker bets that prices for Super Bowl tickets would drop over the course of the two weeks leading up to the game—as they had done for most of the previous 10 years.

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Prices for 2019 Patriots Super Bowl Tickets Likely to Follow Familiar Script And Reward Patience

After a historic Championship Sunday, a Monday morning QB perspective makes clear that this is the 'worst-case' scenario for ticket market demand.  While many articles covering the Super Bowl market are calling out that 2019 tickets are very expensive, patient Pats fans are likely to be rewarded with the best deals. 
As of Tuesday morning there are more tickets available on the secondary market than since 2016. For fans looking to time the market, recent history might be the best guide. In 2017, when the Pats and Falcons played in mild-weather Houston, PatsNation was on their third Super Bowl in a decade and the Falcons were and are a regional team without a fan base known for travel. Two years later, the Patriots are now in their fifth Super Bowl this decade, while the Rams, despite their on-field success, are still developing a fan base willing to pay $10k-$15k for Tickets, Travel and a Hotel.
While that doesn't necessarily mean 'cheap tickets', it does mean that secondary market prices are likely to follow the pattern we've seen in the last two Super Bowls, both of which included the Pats and were managed by On Location--the company started by the NFL to manage the Super Bowl ticket market after the 2015 market blow-up.
As the below info-graph shows, in 2017 prices dropped 38% in the 8-days after Championship Sunday, with the lowest prices coming Tuesday before the Game. The cheapest ticket dropped below $2,000 for a single day. After that low point, they climbed up 44%. Last year, prices started higher than 2017 and despite falling 41%, they never got below $2k
We'll be updating our 2019 Super Bowl Buying Guide Daily with real-time prices, as well as all the historical context and analysis.

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While Patriots vs Rams Super Bowl Tickets Aren't Cheap, There's A Lot More Inventory than Last Year

On the day that the Patriots advanced to their third consecutive Super Bowl and that Rams got to their first since 2002, secondary market prices for Super Bowl LIII tickets sat at $8,130 on Sunday, but dipped a little on Monday to $7,939 and has continues to drop through the week. As of Thursday morning tickets for the game were averaging less than $6.500. However, if prices do hold, it would rank as the second most expensive in history. 

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