We understand that buying Super Bowl Tickets can be stressful and difficult. To make it easier, we’ve created a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. This year’s Super Bowl experience will be unlike any other due to the pandemic this season, but the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Raymond James Stadium have taken every measure possible to ensure that this year’s Super Bowl weekend will be as safe as possible for the biggest sporting event of the year.

How Will I Receive My Super Bowl LV Tickets?

While in past years, TickPick held a party for our Super Bowl ticket buyers at our pickup location that was always close to the stadium, this year, TickPick will not have an in-person presence in Tampa for Super Bowl LV. This is because it’s been reported that nearly 95% of all Super Bowl tickets in Tampa will be mobile transfer only this season, and not hard stock as they have been in the past, meaning that in-person pickup won’t be necessary for Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay.

This is a safe means of delivery that ensures the buyer receives the only QR code available for that particular ticket, which cannot be duplicated. This also should make it a much smoother process for buying tickets on the actual gameday, given fans won’t have to worry about picking up tickets at a specific location and rather can remain close by the stadium near the parking lots and head right into the venue once they receive the ticket transfer.

What Items Can I Bring Into Raymond James Stadium?

At the Super Bowl, security will be tight and fans will be required to pass through a metal detector before entering the stadium. Check out the Raymond James Stadium website for more information on what is permitted inside the venue. We’ve compiled what items and behaviors are prohibited at the venue.

• Abusive, foul or disruptive language
• Alcohol*
• Animals (except service animals to aid guests with disabilities)
• Bags that do not follow The Raymond James Stadium clear bag policy (please see Bag Policy)
• Battery packs
• Bottles, cans and beverage containers of any kind*
• Cameras with lens longer than 6″ (detachable or non-detachable)
• Chairs, booster seats, stools or other seating devices
• Food items *
• Interference with the progress of the event (including throwing objects)
• Knives of any length
• Large Umbrellas – Must be under 33 inches to be allowed in the building.
• Laser Pointers
• Lights
• Noisemakers
• Signs or flags no larger than 3’ X 5’; no poles or sticks
• Thermoses/Cups
• Ticket scalping
• Trespassing, soliciting, peddling and loitering
• Tripods, monopods and Selfie-Sticks
*unless purchased on site

Where are Zone Seats i.e Lower Endzone, Corner, etc.?

Many sellers have access to Super Bowl tickets but are not told the exact location until much closer to the game. Instead, they are given a zone, which is an area of sections that the tickets will be in (Note the key below). See our Super Bowl Seating Chart Guide which includes details regarding all of the zone sections.

Unfortunately, some sellers don’t know which Super Bowl game tickets that they’re going to receive, and the “zones” differ depending on where you look. This logic also applies to Super Bowl luxury suites, in some cases.  Here we break down each Super Bowl Zone section with the most conservative approach.

Upper Level Corner302-304, 317-319, 327-329, 342-344
Upper Level Sideline305-308, 313-316, 330-333, 338-341
Upper Level Premium309-312, 334-337
200 Level Corner
201-204, 217-220, 226-229, 242-245
200 Level Sideline205-208, 213-216, 230-233, 238-241
200 Level Premium209-212, 234-237
Lower Level End Zone120-126, 145-151
Lower Level Corner102-103, 118-119, 127-128, 143-144
Lower Level Sideline106-108, 113-115, 131-133, 138-140
Lower Level Premium109-112, 134-137
Upper Level SuitesSuites 47-66 and 120-144
Lower Level SuitesSuites 1-44 and 71-117
Club SuitesSuites 167-177

How Many Tickets Will Be Available for Super Bowl LV?

Due to Covid-19, Raymond James Stadium will have a limited capacity for this year’s big game. NFL reporter Adam Schefter has reported that the NFL plans on selling 20 percent of the seats, which would amount to roughly 13,200 fans down from the normal stadium capacity of 65,890. Fans will be required to have a mask on at all times, and they will be seated in socially-distant pods.

Can Super Bowl Tickets Be Shipped?

Unfortunately, no. With FedEx or any other shipping option, we would risk the loss of tickets which cannot be reissued. Over many years we’ve found that local pickup — and this year, mobile transfer — is the safest approach for both TickPick and for the fan. The good news is that so many tickets will be available to be delivered to a buyer’s mobile phone, that the risk of shipping should be almost completely removed from the equation.

Why Do Some Seller Notes Say “Ship By?”

In the seller’s notes you may see someone say tickets will ship by 2/1/20, that is just standard terminology; tickets will be available for pick up from TickPick the weekend of the Super Bowl.

When Should I Buy Super Bowl Tickets?

That’s a great question. If you are trying to figure out the best time to buy cheap Super Bowl tickets or at least at the optimal time if you’re looking to save on tickets to the big game, you should sign-up for our Super Bowl Ticket Update Newsletter below.

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Is TickPick a Trustworthy Site to Buy Super Bowl Tickets?

Of course, we wouldn’t still be in business if we weren’t. You can see all of our press mentions here, as well as some of our reviews here.

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