Each year, the Super Bowl changes locations and features the top two teams from the respective year. While it might seem like the Super Bowl is a completely different event from year to year, one thing remains constant — the fixation on America’s largest professional sporting event.
The National Football League (NFL) has been gaining in popularity for decades. In turn, so has the Super Bowl. In 1967, when the first Super Bowl kickoff went sailing through the air, professional football was not nearly as popular as it is today. In fact, after the first Super Bowl Era season was over, it still only cost $12.00 to secure your very own seat to the world championship game. Inflation aside, that’s still a pretty good deal.
Fast forward almost 52 years to Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2. The cost of a ticket to the fan-favorite game of the year has risen to an average of $3,000–6,000 dollars — a cost that most people can’t afford.
At Captain Ticket, we might not be able to offer you tickets to Super Bowl LIV at a 1967-like price, but we do pride ourselves in offering competitively priced tickets with no service fee! So before you continue reading today’s guide to Super Bowl LIV, check out our large selection of Super Bowl tickets.
The Super Bowl is an incredibly fun event — regardless if your team makes it or not to the grand stage. That said, from experience we can say that it is much more exciting if your team does make it.
For some, the Super Bowl is a prime opportunity to throw a party full of family and friends. For others — particularly when the Super Bowl is somewhere warm and tropical — they see the big game as an excuse to travel.
When Is Super Bowl LIV?
Super Bowl 54, better known as Super Bowl LIV, is scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 2. Kickoff time is yet to be determined, but the Super Bowl kickoff usually occurs around 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
The Super Bowl has been scheduled during the first week of February since 2003 and is to be played on the 2nd of the month for the first time in six years. Below, we have listed some crucial information that might help you catch the big game if you can’t make it in person.
How to watch:
TV Broadcast: Fox
Live Stream: DirecTV, Xfinity, Dish, and other provider mobile apps
Paid Subscriptions: YouTube TV, fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV
Where Is Super Bowl LIV?
Each year, the Super Bowl is hosted by an exciting new city with facilities able to handle the high traffic of the largest football event each year. When it comes to this year, however, there is some extra incentive for people to travel — the beach and nightlife of Miami, Florida.
Hard Rock Stadium in Miami was chosen as this year’s Super Bowl venue due to its recent $450 million-plus upgrades and enhancements. When the stadium was renovated, it went from a maximum capacity of 75,000 people to a capacity of 65,000 — something that might have increased the price of the average Super Bowl ticket this year.
Featuring plenty of entertainment, the beach, a fantastic nightlife, and more, Miami is the perfect place to visit for Super Bowl LIV. Order your Super Bowl tickets today before they’re all sold out.
Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show
Did you know that you’ll be getting much more than a football game with your Super Bowl LIV tickets? You’ll also be getting a show. The 2020 halftime show features a performance by the widely popular artists Jenifer Lopez and Shakira. The award-winning artists are sure to keep you entertained while your favorite teams strategize in the locker room.
Future Super Bowl Tickets to Look For
While we still haven’t gotten to see the 2020 Super Bowl, there are plenty of future Super Bowls to get excited for. In fact, if you intend on purchasing Super Bowl tickets in the future, we urge you to start planning now by saving the following dates on your calendar:
- 2020 – South Florida, Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl 54
- 2021 – Tampa, Raymond James Stadium, Super Bowl 55
- 2022 – Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl 56
- 2023 – Glendale, University of Phoenix Stadium, Super Bowl 57
- 2024 – New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Super Bowl 58
When it comes time to thinking about the next Super Bowl, be sure to check out Captain Ticket for no-fee NFL tickets and Super Bowl tickets.
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At Captain Ticket, home of the no-fee ticket, we are currently selling tickets to Super Bowl LIV. Whether you are having trouble pulling the trigger or if you are waiting to see if your favorite NFL team makes it, we urge you to take a look at our available Super Bowl tickets before they’re all gone.
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