This year’s Super Bowl will be the 54th iteration of professional football’s biggest game. Since the first one took place back in 1967, the Super Bowl has grown from the biggest football game of the year into the biggest event of the year, drawing football fans and those who don’t even care about the sport and want to experience the incredible atmosphere alike to the host city from all over the world.
We at TickPick — the only no fee marketplace for all sports, concert, and theater tickets — have crafted this quick guide that can help answer a few basic questions such as location, time and date, cost of Super Bowl tickets, and more.
When is Super Bowl 2020?
Super Bowl 2020 will be played on Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30 pm EST.
Where is Super Bowl 2020 Being Played?
This year’s Super Bowl will be played in sunny Miami, FL for the first time since Drew Brees’ New Orleans Saints defeated Peyton Manning’s Indianapolis Colts back in 2010 and is being held there for the eleventh time, overall. The city is a perfect host city for the Super Bowl, as it has enough lodging to accommodate the enormous amount of fans who come in to take part of the weekend’s festivities, and also has the ideal climate – i.e., warm – for the players playing in the year’s biggest game (most of the time).
Who is Going to Play in Super Bowl 54?
While we won’t know what two teams will be facing off in February until the conference championship games are wrapped up on Sunday, January 19th, you can read up on our NFL Super Bowl Odds blog that’s updated each and every week and reflects on who Vegas expects to be in The Big Game.
What Artists Will Perform During Halftime of Super Bowl 2020?
This year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show will feature two of the biggest Latina names in music history in Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. Expect some incredible, high-energy performances from each of these two superstars, with a medley or two of their biggest hits thrown in, including songs like J-Lo’s “Waiting for Tonight” and “Get Right,” and Shakira’s “Hips Don’t lie” and “Whenever, Wherever.”
How Much are Super Bowl 2020 Tickets?
While prices are constantly changing — as the market fluctuates every day from now until the game is played — we have Super Bowl tickets on TickPick for as little as a $4118 get-in as of this writing on 12/5. While that’s by no means “cheap,” it IS the cheapest of any ticket marketplace on the internet, and you’ll save money through TickPick over other sites on Super Bowl 2020 tickets because we charge no service fees, which can ultimately save buyers hundreds, if not thousands of dollars at checkout.
Be sure to refer to our blog on how to buy cheap Super Bowl 54 tickets for a thorough guide on how to save, and you can also sign up for TickPick’s free Super Bowl newsletter within that blog.
Why You Should Go to Super Bowl 2020
Besides its clearly being the biggest bucket list event in all of sports, the Super Bowl is just a spectacle to behold for a number of reasons. The pregame parties with football-centric atmospheres, the top-end brands and services who ensure they’re available for all fans attending the game throughout the weekend, and of course, the game taking place in Miami in February are just a few of the many reasons why you should go to Super Bowl 2020, if given the chance.
While in recent years, fans may not have had as much incentive to attend the big game if their team wasn’t playing, going to Miami in February to lay on the beach in their free time is a more palatable option than spending it in Minnesota, where the game was held two years ago. Get some sun, catch the year’s biggest event in person, and have some fun.