Super Bowl Tickets
Purchase Super Bowl Tickets that are Guaranteed Authentic and Delivered on time with No Service Fees from Barry's Tickets today. Barry's Tickets has been selling NFL Super Bowl Tickets since 1985.
Super Bowl Tickets
Barry's Tickets stands behind all Super Bowl Tickets we sell! Since 1985 we have guaranteed that all tickets are 100% Authentic. We have no service fees on any tickets and have never had any and never will.
Online: You can use our Interactive seating chart map to select Super Bowl Tickets by Price, Section or Zone and you can compare multiple sections at one time. You can pay by credit card, Amazon or PayPal if you like.
Call Us: You can call our office at 866 708 8499 and speak to a live Barry's Tickets employee who can help you purchase tickets over the phone as well as answer any questions you might have regarding ordering tickets or about the best locations to sit at a game.
Delivery: No matter if your Super Bowl Tickets ordered online or over the phone can be set up for you to E-Download (if available) at your convenience or Federal Express to your credit card address.
Barry's Tickets 100% Guarantee since 1985 All Super Bowl Tickets orders are 100% guaranteed to be Safe and Secure, Delivered on Time, Authentic Tickets, Accurate Seats You Ordered, as well as 100% refunded for a cancelled Super Bowl Game that isn't rescheduled.
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University of Phoenix Stadium
University of Phoenix Stadium has a seating capacity of 63,400 and is expandable to 72,200; standing room to at least 78,600. There are 88 executive suites at the University of Phoenix Stadium and is home to the
Arizona Cardinals and the
1 Cardinals Drive
Glendale, Arizona 85305
2015 Super Bowl Tickets
The 2015 Super Bowl will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale Arizona, home of the Arizona Cardinals, on February 1, 2015. The 2015 Super Bowl will be the second Super Bowl held in the University of Phoenix Stadium and the 49th Super Bowl in NFL history. The 2014 Super Bowl will return to a warm climate after last season, when it was held at the new Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. A year ago the Seattle Seahawks soundly defeated Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos to win their first Super Bowl as an NFL franchise.
This season both the Seahawks and Broncos look like leading Super Bowl contenders once again, along with several other teams including the
San Diego Chargers,
San Francisco 49ers,
Indianapolis Colts and
Green Bay Packers, who are all battling for a potential February 1 date in Glendale. In addition to hosting the Super Bowl, Phoenix will also host the annual Pro Bowl on Sunday, January 25, a week prior to the Super Bowl. The annual Pro Bowl will give the area two weeks of professional football events that bring the very best athletes in the NFL to the greater Phoenix Metropolitan area.
Arizona last hosted the Super Bowl in 2008 when the New York Giants upset the New England Patriots 17-14 in Super Bowl XLII, with the Giants ending the Patriots dream at an undefeated season. The University of Phoenix Stadium is no stranger to hosting big events, including National Championship Football games and major concert events. A big part of the annual Super Bowl is the halftime spectacle. According to published reports there is a shortlist of three potential acts for the Super Bowl halftime show, including Katy Perry, Rihanna or Coldplay.