FAQ for Buying Super Bowl Tickets

We understand that buying Super Bowl Tickets can be stressful and difficult. To make it easier, we’ve created an FAQ for buying Super Bowl tickets. This year’s Super Bowl experience should feel relatively normal in comparison to what the experience was last year in the first season during the Covid-19 pandemic. 


How Will I Receive My Super Bowl LVI Tickets?

While in years past, 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 Los Angeles for Super Bowl LVI. This is because nearly all Super Bowl tickets in Los Angeles 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 LVI in LA.

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 game day, 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 SoFi 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 full SoFi Stadium guidelines for more information on what is permitted inside the venue. We’ve compiled what items and behaviors are prohibited at the venue.

• Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs or substances

• Animals or pets (not including service animals)

• Any item that could obstruct a guest’s view of the field

• Any item that is deemed dangerous or perceived to be dangerous, unsafe (spikes, sharp-looking objects, mallets, etc.), or offensive

• Artificial noisemakers (e.g. cowbells or air horns)

• Audio recording equipment

• Bags, Backpacks or Purses which do not meet Bag Policy guidelines — http://www.lacoliseum.com/index.php/bag-policy/

• Balls, Frisbees, and inflatables

• Banners, sticks, poles, or rods

• Beach chairs, folding chairs, and non-approved seat cushions

• Bottles, cans, containers, thermoses, and flasks (Alcoholic and otherwise)

• Chairs of any type

• Fireworks, candles, flares, or balloons

• Food obtained outside the venue*

• Glitter or confetti

• Hard or Soft Coolers, Baskets, Packages or Containers

• Lighters

• Laser pointers

• Mace and pepper gas

• Masks or other costume pieces that obscure the face

• Peanuts in the shell

• Professional Cameras (lenses longer than 3″) and Camera Equipment, Selfie-Sticks, Tripods and Video or Audio Recording Equipment

◦ Projectiles

◦ Skateboards

◦ Strollers or car seats

◦ Toy or replica weapons

◦ Umbrellas

◦ Weapons including firearms and knives

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. 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. We don’t have the zone breakdown yet for Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles but expect it to be available soon. 

What are the Zones for Super Bowl Tickets?

Some sellers don’t actually know which exact Super Bowl game tickets that they’re going to receive until the league allocates Super Bowl tickets to buyers and any season ticket holder that was lucky enough to secure seats (which generally doesn’t happen until a week or two prior to the game itself, so secondary ticket sites allow for these established and trusted ticket brokers to sell their tickets as “zones.” 

For example, if you were browsing Super Bowl ticket listings and were unable to find tickets in a specific section, but instead were seeing a listing marked as “Upper Endzone,” it would mean that your seats could ultimately be in sections 400-405, 424-434, 453-457, 504, 524-530, or 550-553, as outlined below for all different Super Bowl zones. 

Upper Endzone 400-405, 424-434, 453-457, 504, 524-530, 550-553
Upper Corner 406-409, 420-423, 435-438, 449-452, 505-509, 519-523, 531-535, 545-549
Upper Sideline 410-412, 417-419, 439-441, 446-448, 510-512, 516-518, 536-538, 542-544
Upper Premium 413-416, 442-445, 513-515, 539-541
300 Level Endzone 305-313, 332-340
300 Level Corner 301-304, 314-317, 328-331, 341-344
300 Level Sideline 300, 318-327, 345-353
200 Level Endzone 204-210, 228-236
200 Level Corner 200-203, 211-214, 224-227, 237-241
200 Level Club Sideline C215-C217, C221-C223, C242-C244, C248-C250
200 Level VIP VIP218-VIP220, VIP245-VIP247
Lower Endzone 100-105, 119-124
Lower Club Corner C106-C107, C116-C118, C125-C127, C136-C137
Lower Club Sideline C108-C110, C113-C115, C128-C130, C133-C135
Lower VIP VIP110-VIP113, VIP130-VIP133, O131-O132
Terrace Suites in front of Upper Premium
Patio Suites in front of 300 Level Sideline
Perch Suites in front of Sections 314-316 and 301-304
Executive Suites in front of 200 Level
Bungalows in front of Sections 100-105
Field Cabanas in front of Lower Club Sideline

How Many Tickets Will Be Available for Super Bowl LVI?

The final capacity has not yet been determined for the 2022 Super Bowl. SoFi Stadium (home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers) has a normal capacity of 70,000, which can be expanded to just over 100,000 for major events.

Capacity and the number of tickets available to the public are two very different things, however, as a large number of Super Bowl packages and tickets are allocated to season ticket members at SoFi Stadium, large corporations, sponsors, and others. 

Can Super Bowl Tickets Be Shipped?

Unfortunately, no. With FedEx or any other shipping option, we would risk the loss of tickets that cannot be reissued. Over many years we’ve found that local pickup — and in recent years, mobile transfer — is the safest approach for both TickPick and for the fan.

The good news is that the vast majority of authentic Super Bowl tickets will be available to be delivered electronically to the buyer’s mobile phone, which prevents fraud and the risk of tickets being lost in the mail.

Why Do Some Seller Notes Say “Ship By?”

In the seller’s notes you may see someone say tickets will ship by 2/1/22, that is just standard terminology; tickets will be transferred electronically no later than the day prior to Super Bowl Sunday.

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 or get the best ticket price, you should sign-up for our Newsletter that provides weekly and eventually daily updates on Super Bowl ticket prices 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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