As the end of the NFL Playoff season nears, it’s time to prepare for the biggest football event of the year: Super Bowl LVII. The Super Bowl is one of the highest anticipated events, attracting all walks of life, including those outside the football community.
Fans celebrate worldwide via massive viewing shows, tailgate parties and tasty snacks. Many of which show up solely for the Halftime Show. This year, viewers will be blessed with a Halftime performance from the ever-so-loved Rihanna.
This year’s matchup will see the No.1 Kansas City Chiefs take on the No.1 Philadelphia Eagles. Here’s everything you need to know about Super Bowl LVII, including teams in, halftime performance details and how to get tickets.
Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will face off in Super Bowl LVII. After a close win against the Bengals, the Chiefs return to the Super Bowl after failing to win back-to-back titles in 2021. While the AFC Championship could’ve been anyone’s game, many fans and critics consider the NFC Championship an “easy” win for the Eagles. The 49ers had a string of bad luck, playing their 4th-string quarterback in the championship and losing a few other players to injuries throughout the game.
Needless to say, the Eagles fought for their spot every step of the way. Despite the 49ers missing their star offensive players, the Eagles put up 31 points against San Fran’s incredible defense. Sunday night brought celebrations in Kansas City and Philadelphia, including a few passionate Birds fans climbing greased poles. With both teams sitting in the No. 1 seed in each respective conference, maybe the Super Bowl matchup isn’t a surprise, but the game itself will provide enough surprises to go around.
Super Bowl LVII is on Sunday, February 12th, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This will be the fourth time the Super Bowl will appear at the State Farm Stadium. The kickoff time is 6:30 PM ET. If you can’t make it to the game in person, FOX Network will be streaming the 2023 Super Bowl starting at 6:00 PM ET.
Nothing is worse than showing up to an event and being told you purchased counterfeit tickets, especially when the ticket was over $5,000.00. It’s best to avoid sketchy third-party sales and buy from a legitimate secondary market vendor like SeatGeek.
SeatGeek is undoubtedly the best place to browse for and purchase 2023 Super Bowl tickets. When you arrive at SeatGeeks’ dedicated Super Bowl page, you will find a link to check ticket prices and some additional Super Bowl FAQs.
When selecting the Super Bowl event, you will be directed to a new window to view ticket prices. The ticket locations and fees will be listed on the left-hand side from lowest to highest cost. You can scroll through the list or use the interactive map for an up-close view of your seats.
At the top of the page, SeatGeek lists helpful filters to assist your search. You can search by quantity, best seats, low prices, or select include fee’s to see how much out-the-door costs are.
After picking the perfect seat, double-check the seat map to ensure you’re in a location of your liking and head to the checkout. Once you’ve completed the personal information and payment, your Super Bowl 2023 tickets will be sent directly to your inbox.
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If you’re looking for cheap Super Bowl tickets, you’ve come to the right place. We here at SeatGeek make it a point to have the lowest prices for Super Bowl tickets. Currently, the most affordable tickets start at $5,089.
Like most stadium events, the most affordable Super Bowl tickets are in the upper-level seating between levels 200 and 300. The average ticket price for this area is $6,321.00.
Club-level (middle) seating Super Bowl tickets are between $8,339.00 and $12,671.00, but considering premium club-level tickets, you’re looking at roughly $15,000.00.
If you’re keen to get up close to the Super Bowl action and mingle with the hottest celebrities and the best views — you need lower-level tickets. The cheapest tickets in this area are $7,296.00 on either side of the end zone. The highest-priced tickets are typically sideline seats behind the team benches and can run as high as $47,807.00.
Okay sure, you can enjoy a bar crawl or host your own Super Bowl party — but what if you could hear live music from Paramore and Dave Matthews Band and hang with A-list celebs? That’s what the official Super Bowl parties offer every year. Bud Light Super Bowl Music fest features music from the aforementioned artists, as well as Bleachers and Imagine Dragons. Shaq’s Fun House will feature DJ sets from top artists, oversized carnival rides and games, and plenty of A-list appearances.
You can view all Super Bowl party tickets below:
If there’s one thing we love about the Super Bowl, it’s the iconic halftime show performances. The Super Bowl is known for its over-the-top theatrics and stage presence – like Katy Perry’s 2015 appearance, which was filled with pyrotechnics and dancing sharks. Past years have brought A-list celebrities to the stage, such as Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Prince and Madonna. If you thought it couldn’t get any better than that, think again.
The Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show will feature the icon and girl boss, Rihanna. The superstar last took the stage in 2019, making the Super Bowl LVII halftime show a highly anticipated event.
You can expect the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show to kick off anywhere between 8:15 PM ET and 8:30 PM ET. Trust us; you’re not going to want to miss this.