With the 2019 regular season reaching its conclusion and the playoff picture getting clearer by the minute, it's time to start thinking about being in Atlanta for the 2019 Super Bowl. But getting 2019 Super Bowl tickets isn't a normal process. In fact, it's about as abnormal a process as you can get.
The 2019 Super Bowl is one of the most watched sporting events of the year, and the demand to be at the game rises every season. With the game taking place at Atlanta's new Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the first time, this year's event will have its own stamp on history.
So whether your team is going to be playing for the Lombardi Trophy or you just want to scratch an item off of your bucket list, here is the way that you can get tickets to the 2019 Super Bowl.
Pro Football Hall of Fame Experiences
The safest and most secure way to get tickets to the 2019 Super Bowl is through Pro Football Hall of Fame Experiences. Thanks to a partnership with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, HOF Experiences offers multiple levels of ticket packages for the 2019 Super Bowl.
Blue packages include upper level seats, white packages include lower to mid level seating, and red packages include 100 level and premium lower level seating options.
All HOF Experiences 2019 Super Bowl packages include access to the Saturday Gold Jacket Autograph Session and the Gold Jacket Club hospitality party.
The Saturday Autograph Session is an exclusive event featuring Hall of Famers Jan Stenerud, Charles Haley, Dermontti Dawson, Rayfield Wright and Mel Blount.
The Gold Jacket Club is a three-hour pre-game and one-hour post-game party hosted by Hall of Famer Barry Sanders and Cari Champion. The Gold Jacket Club will include appearances from current players and legends like Floyd Little, Orlando Pace, Claude Humphrey, Morten Andersen, Will Shields, Roger Craig and Antonio Freeman.
Since these tickets come with a 100 percent guarantee, they offer security and aren't affected by ticket price inflation in the secondary market.
Season Ticket Holders & NFL Distribution
If you are a season ticket holder for a team, there's a 3 out of 32 chance that you'll have an easier time getting 2019 Super Bowl tickets. Here's how it works:
High-end Atlanta Falcons season ticket holders (personal seat licenses of $45,000 or greater) have a guaranteed right to buy 2019 Super Bowl tickets, but they aren't guaranteed to be in the same seat as their PSL.
Since the NFL has full control over tickets to the game, they provide a large amount of the tickets to each one of the teams, but most go out to the two teams that are playing in the game. While the numbers vary year to year, the NFL gives a little less than 20 percent of its ticket to each of the two participating teams. Those two teams then offer them to their individual season tickets holders.
After this, a very small percentage of tickets is given to the remaining 29 teams to offer up a few seats to their highest-level season ticket holders.
As a last resort, this is the final way to get tickets to the 2019 Super Bowl — but it'll cost you. You may be able to score tickets through secondary sellers like StubHub, SeatGeek and Vivid Seats, but the market will continually be inflating and you won't find a price anywhere near the actual face value of the ticket.
Secondly, there's also the fact that Super Bowl secondary sellers can't offer any guarantee of your ticket. So there's the potential that you can make accommodations for a full weekend in Atlanta only to have your ticket not be valid or some other problem arise.