For the 11th time in history, the Super Bowl is headed to South Florida. Miami will play host for the 2020 Super Bowl, bringing the best teams from the AFC and NFC to Hard Rock Stadium to battle for the Lombardi Trophy.
This will be the first time since the 2010 Super Bowl that the game will be held in Miami.
With the 2020 Super Bowl guaranteed to be the biggest sporting event of the year, the ticket market goes kind of crazy. Whether it's trying to get 2020 Super Bowl tickets through a reseller within the secondary market at inflated prices, or trying to secure tickets through an NFL team.
Official Ticket Package from Hall of Fame Experiences
Thanks in part to a partnership with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, HOF Experiences offers the safest and most secure packages for the 2020 Super Bowl.
But that doesn't just mean ticket security. It means security throughout your whole experience, including hotel and travel accommodations once you are in Miami for the game.
HOF Experiences offers several levels of packages, giving guests the ability to attend the game while also getting access to Gold Jacket Club hospitality, meet-and-greets with Pro Football Hall of Famers and more.
2020 Super Bowl ticket packages come with access to the Saturday Autograph Session, an exclusive event featuring Pro Football Hall of Famers. While the group for the 2020 Super Bowl autograph session is still being determined, we have had Hall of Famers such as Charles Haley, Dermontti Dawson, Rayfield Wright and Mel Blount.
The Gold Jacket Club is a pre- and post-game party for the 2020 Super Bowl hosted by Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice. It will also include appearances from current players and former legends and Hall of Famers throughout the night. Stay tuned as HOF Experiences continues to update who will be joining the action in the Gold Jacket Club at the 2020 Super Bowl.
Choosing to buy 2020 Super Bowl tickets off of the secondary market really comes down to what you are looking for out of your experience. If you are just simply looking for a ticket to the game only and happen to live in the South Florida area, it may be your best bet.
However, the secondary market doesn't offer incentives like hotel accommodations and travel options for those coming from out of town, which is most of the market for the 2020 Super Bowl.
The other thing about getting 2020 Super Bowl tickets from the secondary market is the consistently changing prices. During the season, ticket prices can change weekly, and as the season goes deeper — daily. While this can be beneficial if you see a dip at one point, it means you can also see the prices double or even triple through sites like StubHub, SeatGeek, Ticketmaster and more.
Lastly, the secondary market tickets aren't coming directly from the source, so there is not a 100 percent guarantee of authenticity.
Season Ticket Holders
Most fans start the season with the belief that their team will somehow go all the way that year. But the truth is that only two teams will be playing in the 2020 Super Bowl, and some teams chances are much higher than others even going into Week 1.
So that's where we stand with getting 2020 Super Bowl tickets as a season ticket holder. Only teams the two teams that make it to the 2020 Super Bowl and the host team, in this case the Miami Dolphins, are given a large selection of tickets to offer to their season ticket holders.
If you are a season ticket holder and want to wait and see if you're team makes it two weeks prior to the game, this is your best route. But if you want to secure your 2020 Super Bowl tickets and plan your trip earlier, than the two options above may be better suited for you.