How to get Super Bowl Tickets and How to Make Sure they are Real and Legit

United States
January 25, 2011 2:52pm CST
My husband is a huge Steelers fan. I would love to be able to give him tickets. A little over a year ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. He has been there and gone above and beyond. He took care of our small kids, the house, me, and everything else. I would love to do something special for him, so I did some research on how to get Super Bowl tickets. the full post is on my blog here Here are the main points, but for more detailed info, check out the whole post. 1. Buy them. (duh) But really, if you go through a reputable ticket broker like ... 2. Think ahead and maybe get lucky. Write a letter to the NFL requesting tickets for the next Super Bowl. Here's how to do that... 3. Do something crazy. One pregnant lady sold ad space on her belly in exchange for Super Bowl tickets. What can you do? .... 4. Win Super Bowl tickets. ... 5. Get the word out that you are looking for tickets.... And, if you can score them somehow, how do you know they are real? Here are a few suggestions. Check to make sure all the details on the ticket are correct (date, time, location). Make sure the seat location matches the seat chart. Scammers often modify tickets and may call the first row “row A” versus “row 1? or whatever it is at the particular venue. The best bet is to pay with credit card if possible. Most credit cards will allow you to file a fraud claim and get your money back.
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@blue65packer (11835)
• United States
25 Jan 11
I have a friend at work who order a Super Bowl package like 3 weeks ago! She is,like me a Packer fan. She got the Super Bowl package from a legit travel agency. I think that is the only way to buy those type of tickets. If you do try to get tickets,expect to pay more then people allready paid for some! They aren't cheap!
• United States
26 Jan 11
I agree. You really need to go through a reliable source and one that hopefully will take credit cards. That way at least you can issue a fraud claim if anything goes wrong.