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  • How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

    Anyone have an idea? I am seriously considering going if the Giants make it. I don't care what seats, I just want to be in the stadium.

    And BTW I know people hate it when you talk about the Superbowl before we've made it, but I just want to know now so I can make plans for the possibility since it's only weeks away.

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    Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

    i briefly looked, didn't see anything cheaper than 2,500 a ticket =x

    Im a 20 year old college student so i don't have that kind of money FML

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    • #3
      Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

      [quote user="Desepx"]i briefly looked, didn't see anything cheaper than 2,500 a ticket =x

      Im a 20 year old college student so i don't have that kind of money FML
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      I'm not rich but I will probably do it for those prices. We went what, 30 years without a championship at one point? You never know when the next 30 year drought will come.

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      • #4
        Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

        yea if i had the money i would go for sure haha...****...if i had the money id be going to san fran this week.

        airfare, tickets, food, hotel....looking at a load of money that i don't have though.

        go for it though man


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        • #5
          Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

          I don't have my ticket for the super bowl but I hope to be in the stadium to live the Super Bowl. I don't take a chance, I booked my hotel with http://2020Hotels.com and http://www.FinalsHotels.com, phone 917-224-1231. I was lucky last year; they upgraded me to the HILTON HOTEL 2 minutes from the stadium! They offer Luxury Lodging and affordable accommodations for ALL EVENTS.
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          • #6
            Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

            Does anyone know how the Superbowl lottery would work for Giant season ticket holders? Or when it would happen? I am a season ticket holder and realize a long shot...but I guess a shot at least to get tickets at face value. Thanks.

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            • #7
              Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

              Big Blue Travel offered packages last time although they were very expensive... I've kicked myself for not selling a kidney to go to that game, can I really make excuses this time around?

              As for the lottery, IIRC very few tickets are given to the fanbase of either team it's something like 20% of the seats for each team, all the rest goes to the league, the families, the other 28 teams, league partners/sponsors, the networks, sports reporters, et al. I think last time the Giants just randomly picked around 15,000 STHs.
              8-Time NFL Champions - 1927 1934 1938 1956 1986 1990 2007 2011

              "You win close games because you're prepared to do it. It doesn't just come down to luck." -- Bill Parcells

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              • #8
                Re: How much would Superbowl tickets probably be on the secondary market?

                And don't kid yourself....I'm sure a lot less than that 20% actually make it to the season ticket holders.I'd be real curious to get my hands onan actual accounting of where and how those 20% are actually distributed. Where do you suppose Big Blue travel gets theirtickets?

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