Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most exciting times of the entire year. This year’s Super Bowl 55 will be held at Raymond James Stadium, which is the home stadium for the league’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This marks the second straight big game that will be hosted by a city in the state of Florida, after Super Bowl LIV last year between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers was held in south Florida at Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins. 

Next year’s Super Bowl LVI will be hosted at SoFi Stadium, which is the new shared home field of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.

Like all Super Bowl games, the Super Bowl Seating Chart is mostly comprised of zone seating. Zone seating means that ticket holders don’t get specific seat assignments until a couple weeks or days before the game.

Therefore, if you’re a football fan looking to buy Super Bowl LV Tickets that are listed as zone seating, you’ll want to be informed before making your purchase. That’s because when you buy zone tickets, you need to assume that your seats will be the worst seats within that zone. The good news is that here at TickPick, we have no service fees, a 100% BuyerTrust Guarantee that your tickets to the game will be authentic, and experienced customer support reps available to answer any questions you may have at 845-538-4567.

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Raymond James Stadium / Super Bowl Seating Chart Zone Seating

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Super Bowl Seating – Zone Seats for Super Bowl 55

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 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. The NFL has just announced that they will be giving away 7,500 Super Bowl tickets to vaccinated healthcare workers for free.

They paired that announcement with the release of news that 14,500 other fans will be in attendance for this game, meaning that while there will be a total of roughly 22,000 fans at Super Bowl LV, there will be about 14,500 Super Bowl tickets available for sale in 2021. Fans will be required to have a mask on at all times, and they will be seated in socially-distant pods.

Super Bowl Seating Chart Seat Numbers

The Super Bowl seat numbers follow a common stadium pattern where seat number 1 is closest to the lower number section adjacent to it. For example, seat number 1 in section 121 will be closest to section 120, and the highest seat number in section 121 will be closest to section 122.

Where are the Team Benches Located at Super Bowl LV?

While this information isn’t yet known, we’ll update this blog with the Super Bowl sideline locations for both the AFC and NFC teams as soon as it’s available.

Super Bowl Seating – Obstructed Views

There are no obstructed view seats that we know of within Raymond James Stadium for the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl & Raymond James Stadium Seating Guide

Now that you have a better sense for how Zone seating at the Super Bowl works, you should check out our Raymond James Stadium Seating Chart, for a comprehensive review of the stadium for both the Super Bowl as well as the regular NFL season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The review includes seat views, seat numbers, row numbers, and tips on which are the best seats and worst seats for the Super Bowl as well as the Buccaneers regular season.

Super Bowl Ticket Information

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