HOW ARE SUPER BOWL TICKETS DISTRIBUTED?
The NFL controls the distribution of Super Bowl tickets.
Here’s how the National Football League distributes their Super Bowl tickets:
- Super Bowl teams LA Rams & New England Patriots share 35% – 17.5% each, majority given to season ticket holders & players.
- Host team Atlanta Falcons gets 6.2% – majority distributed to season ticket holders.
- Remaining 28 teams share 33.6% – 1.2% for each team distributed to players, media, partners etc.
- NFL retains 25.2% – tickets are typically sold to partners, media and sponsors.
However, the NFL changed the allocation of Super Bowl tickets in 2017 and that will carry over into 2019. In 2017, they announced that they are going to allocate 6,000 tickets away from the teams playing in the Super Bowl to the NFL On Location Experience company. NFL On Location is a fancy name for a concierge service which will be selling Super Bowl packages for above face value (and potentially above market value as well).
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