Ready for Super Bowl 50? We definitely are! Talk about an exciting moment in history. Sure, you can sit at home and watch the biggest Super Bowl on your TV, but even better, you can be there in person to witness it yourself. Need a little convincing? Here are four reasons to attend Super Bowl 50:
It’s Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 50 is the only Super Bowl branded with an Arabic numeral instead of a Roman numeral. In other words, it’s kind of a big deal. I think we’ve all heard more about this Super Bowl than any Super Bowl, but it makes sense. It’s the 50th Anniversary. The big 5-0. Tickets are selling out so fast, it’s hard to keep up! There’s no denying everyone wants to be a part of this historic moment and the biggest Super Bowl the NFL has ever celebrated.
You Can Sit On the Fifty
Super Bowl 50 on the fifty? YES. You can sit at the 100 level on the 50 yard line a.k.a. the best seat in the house. You’ll be a part of the action from beginning to end! What’s better than having prime views of some of the best players in the NFL and some of the most significant football plays in history? Not much.
Besides being able to witness the intense moments during the game, you’ll also have a great view of other ceremonies and the halftime show. We don’t know who will perform at halftime yet, but we know it has to be amazing. After all, it’s Super Bowl 50.
Two Words: Levi’s Stadium
This “smart” stadium is one of the most high-tech stadiums in the world and the perfect place for the 2016 Super Bowl. Voted “Sports Facility of the Year” by SportsBusiness Journal, Levi’s Stadium is guaranteed to give you a one-of-a-kind experience other stadiums can’t match.
In fact, the Levi’s Stadium app is one of the coolest parts of the experience. It features a guide to the stadium, instant replays, a guide to the bathroom with the shortest line (obviously a priority), and the ability to order food or drinks and have them delivered to your seat. The stadium certainly sets the standard high with its high-tech and sustainable features. We love it, and we know you will too!
Hello, San Francisco
The first Super Bowl was held in California and now it returns to the Golden State – what a perfect place! The host committee is planning an experience that will set the bar for future years and bring together the community like never before. Open January 30 – February 7, 2016, Super Bowl City will feature family-friendly activities for fans of all ages leading up to gameday at Levi’s Stadium.
The San Francisco Bay Area is an exciting place to spend a few days, with plenty of things to do before and after the Super Bowl. Visit the Golden Gate Bridge, take a ferry over to Alcatraz, get some of the best views of the city at Twin Peaks or take a stroll through Union Square.
Attend Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 2016 will be one for the books as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Super Bowl. Come February, Levi’s Stadium will be the place to see and the place to be. Not only is this stadium one of the most incredible stadiums in the country, but Super Bowl 50 will be one of the biggest events in sports. Be there and celebrate Super Bowl 50 “On the Fifty!”
So what are you waiting for?! With an Official NFL On Location Ticket Package through QuintEvents, you can secure your spot at Super Bowl 50 and experience the thrill of a lifetime. See you there!\