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Once again, Super Bowl tickets have become the darlings of the NFL football world. The 2015 edition of the Super Bowl, with the moniker Super Bowl XLIX, will hit University Of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ on Feb. 1, 2015. We’re sure your Super Bowl tickets will provide you with a hot time in AZ. After all, Super Bowl tickets have been dishing out NFL greatness for 49 years and aren’t likely to stop now. This season Frontrow.com has gone to great lengths to bring you a shot at getting your hands on the widest selection of Super Bowl tickets available on the market. When you think Super Bowl tickets think Frontrow.com. And while you’re at it, let us know if you need Hotel Rooms for the Super Bowl, or passes to one of those Super Bowl Parties you’ve been hearing about, or an entire Super Bowl Package. We’ve got you covered.
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Super Bowl Tickets – The History
When you bring together the best team from the AFC and the best team from the NFC you’re creating lightning in a bottle and Super Bowl tickets have been ringside seats to some of the most electric moments in Super Bowl History.
The Ambush – The New Orleans Saints earned their first Super Bowl tickets in the 2009 NFL season and found themselves trailing the Indianapolis Colts at halftime. On the opening kickoff in the third quarter, New Orleans stunned the Colts with an onside kick, recovered, and marched down the field to take the lead for the first time. It’s been called the most daring play in Super Bowl History.
The Catch – Trailing the surprising Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII, the Pittsburgh Steelers embarked on a last minute desperation drive. With a mere 35 seconds remaining, Ben Roethlisberger found wide receiver Santonio Holmes in the corner of the end zone to seal the win.
The Kick – Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans. Adam Vinatieri kicks a 48-yard field goal to give the New England Patriots the first in a string of Super Bowl wins.
Super Bowl Tickets – Creating Memories
These are just a handful of the many shining moments created by Super Bowl tickets. Memories don’t come easy, but you better believe when you walk toward Lucas Oil Stadium, with your Super Bowl tickets in hand, it’s a moment you won’t ever forget. Make those memories the easy way with Super Bowl tickets from Frontrow.com.
Don't wait to get your tickets for Super Bowl XLVI in Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012. Super Bowl would find its' way there shortly. The big question is which NFL teams will rise to the occasion? It could be the Dallas Cowboys themselves, as many have them pegged to capture the NFC Championship. Or will the upstart New Orleans Saints go for a Two Dat Lombardi Trophy? Certainly Tom Brady and the Patriots can't be counted out in the AFC, nor would the Colts surprise anyone by punching out their Super Bowl tickets again. You can be sure of one thing. It's going to be a long hard road to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy, but for you, getting Super Bowl XLVI tickets is easy with Frontrow.com.
Super Bowl tickets have become the most sought after sports tickets in the world. Since 1967 the Super Bowl has done nothing but capture the imagination of the world sporting public, grow from a single game to a two week long celebration of football culminating in an explosive matchup between the two best teams in the NFL, and virtually shut down the planet for the four hours or so it takes to decide an NFL Championship. The Lombardi Trophy may be the most sought after decoration in the world. Not bad, considering Super Bowl tickets were sold to walk ups in 1967. It seems in recent years as the Super Bowl has grown in stature, Super Bowl tickets have become icons of America's favorite sport, the NFL. There are no more walk ups, but you can still get your hands on Super Bowl tickets with Frontrow.com.
A Super Bowl is a game that lives on, always to be re-lived by fans of the winning team and sadly dissected by the losing side. With Super Bowl tickets you can always say “I was there.” What would it be like to have witnesses the New Orleans Saints win their first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. You'd have a lot to say. It all seemed so easy as Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts jumped out to a 10-0 lead over the Saints. Heavily favored to win the Super Bowl, the Colts looked to have it locked down. Then something happened. The Colts failed to convert on third down. Brees and the Saints knock back a field goal. Suddenly, Manning is sitting on the sidelines and the New Orleans Saints pull within 10-6 at halftime. At that point comes what may are calling the greatest Super Bowl call of all time. Sean Payton calls for an onside kick to open the third quarter and the Saints recover, using the possession to grab a 13-10 lead. From there it was a free for all as New Orleans and Indianapolis swapped lead. Finally, with the Saints ahead 24-17 and the Colts driving deep into Saints territory, Tracy Porter steps in front of a Manning pass and races 74 yards for the game clinching score. Super Bowl tickets deliver the goods again.
But of course the 2010 Super Bowl isn't the only great game you could have seen with Super Bowl tickets. How about the Pittsburgh Steelers topping the Arizona Cardinals with a last minute touchdown? Or Eli Manning driving the Giants to a Super Bowl winning drive in Arizona? Or the Patriots winning their second consecutive Super Bowl in Ford Field? Face it, there are just too many great Super Bowls to list. But you get the idea. Super Bowl tickets go fast for a reason. Sit down and enjoy the greatest spectacle in sports with Super Bowl tickets from Frontrow.com.
The History of the Super Bowl
Winter has a special significance for football fans. That's the time when football, for the most part a fall sport, hosts its biggest game of the year: the Super Bowl. Most are content to watch the game at home-based parties or at sports bars, while a few make the trip of a lifetime to see it in person. Let's take a look at the history and legacy of the Super Bowl—and also at how you can plan to be there in person.
The Super Bowl has a relatively short lifetime in American history. The goal of the Super Bowl was to show which league of football was better than the other, the NFL (National Football League) or the AFL (American Football League), and the first championship was held in Los Angeles in January 1967 to finish off the 1966 season. The first Super Bowl had nearly 62 thousand fans in the stadium with millions more watching on TV to see the Green Bay Packers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers took an easy victory of 35-10 over the Chiefs and a new football tradition was born.
Since that first Super Bowl the event has almost become a national holiday as millions gather around the country in living rooms, garages, and stadiums on Super Bowl Sunday to see their favorite team try to become the best team in the world. In 1970 the NFL and AFL merged together into the NFL with two sub-leagues, the NFC (National Football Conference) and the AFC (American Football Conference). Despite this merge the anticipation for this event has not changed one bit since its start.
In the first two years of the Super Bowl the NFL’s Green Bay Packers won which brought some fear among fans and faculty alike that the Super Bowl would be dominated by NFL teams, even after the two leagues merged, and that eventually the AFL would be unnecessary but those fears were quickly brought to nothing when the AFL’s New York Jets took the championship in Super Bowl III and the Kansas City Chiefs took it in Super Bowl IV which secured a winning streak for the AFL/AFC teams until 1981 with only one NFC team, the Dallas Cowboys, taking a championship in Super Bowl VI and XII! During this winning streak for the AFC the Miami Dolphins and the Pittsburg Steelers led the way taking six championships together; the Dolphins taking Super Bowls VII and VIII and the Steelers taking IX, X, XIII, and XIV.
With this much momentum in the AFC, it was starting to look like the NFC would fall off into nothingness if this kept up. Luckily for the NFC the tides were about to turn. In the 1981 season the San Francisco 49ers took a championship for the NFC that started a long winning streak, 1981-1996, with 13 championship wins in a row between the 1984 and 1996 seasons! This winning streak was led by a number of teams: the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins, and the New York Giants. Among these teams the Green Bay Packers also started appearing again as quarterback Brett Favre led them to near victory at the Super Bowl for a number of years, though they didn’t win another championship until Super Bowl XXXI.
In the 1997 season the Denver Broncos, led by John Elway, made a comeback for the AFC by winning two championships in a row. The NFC has only taken three Super Bowl championships since while the AFC has kept their winning streak intact throughout these years with the Denver Broncos, the New England Patriots, and the Baltimore Ravens primarily leading the way through this time. In Super Bowl XLII the New England Patriots lost by three points to the New York Giants preventing them from becoming the first team to finish a perfect season.
With this much excitement for the games from year-to-year it’s hard to resist watching such an important event in American culture, but that’s not all that is awaiting viewers of this event. Pre-game and halftime shows as well as commercials made specifically for Super Bowl Sunday all play into the fun of this event.
This event has had many talented performers come to entertain the crowds before the game and to keep them interested during halftime. Among these have been university marching bands, popular music groups such as U2, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Mary J. Blige, and Sting. Although the most memorable halftime show was the scandal at Super Bowl XXXVIII with Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson! With all these possibilities for entertainment it’s easy to see why so many people enjoy this event but commercials are the real kicker at the Super Bowl!
The Super Bowl is the time of year that companies get to go all out on their commercials. It is also the most expensive event to buy a commercial slot for. At the first Super Bowl in 1967, a commercial slot sold for forty-two thousand dollars and by 1974 it cost over $100,000 per 30-second slot. As prices grew so did excitement for the event. People started to anticipate the event all year and the commercials became more and more ostentatious and exciting. With the event becoming the most watched show on TV all year the commercial companies saw it as a perfect opportunity to get their product out there. Macintoch introduced their personal computer in a commercial for the 1984 Super Bowl, beer companies have always been among the race for advertisement and car companies have kept a healthy stand as well, among many others.
Thanks to all of these aspects to this national event, the viewer ratings have skyrocketed to nearly tremendous proportions with 80-90 million Americans tuning in to the entire event and 130-140 million Americans tuning in to some part of the game. In 2009 this number reached its record at 98.7 million viewers making it the most watched TV program in history, second only to the final episode of M*A*S*H.
With this much excitement and entertainment it is not hard to see why so many people tune into this event every year. Tailgate parties, BBQs, chips, dip, and beer all play a large part in this event and very few people have not experienced some kind of Super Bowl party or camaraderie at least once in their life. With this much fun added to good entertainment who could possibly have something better to do on Super Bowl Sunday than watch the game with some friends and family while enjoying a nice big bag of chips and salsa?
So who has had the honor so far of playing in the NFL's coveted prize fight? Take a look at this elite group:
Super Bowl I, held in 1967, was between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers won 35-10.
Super Bowl II, held in 1968, was between the Green Bay Packers and the Oakland Raides. The Packers again won, 33 to 14.
Super Bowl III was held in 1969 and was between the New York Jets and the Baltimore Colts. The Jets won 16 to 7.
Super Bowl IV was held in 1970 and was between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Vikings. The Chiefs won 23 to 7.
Super Bowl V was held in 1971 between the Baltimore Colts and the Dallas Cowboys. The Colts won 16 to 13.
Super Bowl VI was held in 1972 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins. The Cowboys won 24 to 3.
Super Bowl VII was held in 1973 between the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins. The Dolphins won 14 to 7.
Super bowl VIII was held in 1974 between the Miami Dolphins and the Minnesota Vikings. The Dolphins again won, 24 to 7.
Super Bowl IX was held in 1975 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Minnesota Vikings. The Steelers won 16 to 6.
Super Bowl X was held in 1976 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. The Steelers won 21 to 17.
Super Bowl XI was held in 1977 between the Oakland Raiders and the Minnesota Vikings. The Raiders won 32 to 14.
Super Bowl XII was held in 1978 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos. The Cowboys won 27 to 10.
Super Bowl XIII was held in 1979 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. The Steelers won 34 to 31.
Super Bowl XIV was held in 1980 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Los Angeles Rams. The Steelers won 31 to 19.
Super Bowl XV was held in 1981 between the Oakland Raiders and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Raiders won 27 to 10.
Super Bowl XVI was held in 1982 between the San Francisco 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals. The 49ers won 26 to 21.
Super Bowl XVII was held in 1983 between the Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins. The Redskins won 27 to 17.
Super Bowl XVIII was held in 1984 between the Los Angeles Raiders and the Washington Redskins. The Raiders won 38 to 9.
Super Bowl XIX was held in 1985 between the San Francisco 493rs and the Miami Dolphins. The 49ers won 38 to 16.
Super Bowl XX was held in 1986 between the Chicago Bears and the New England Patriots. The Bears won 46 to 10.
Super Bowl XXI was held in 1987 between the New York Giants and the Denver Broncos. The Giants won 39 to 20.
Super Bowl XXII was held in 1988 between the Washington Redskins and the Denver Broncos. The Redskins won 42 to 10.
Super Bowl XXIII was held in 1989 between the San Francisco 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals. The 49ers won 20 to 16.
Super Bowl XXIV was held in 1990 between the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos. The 49ers won 55 to 10.
Super Bowl XXV was held in 1991 between the New York Giants and the Buffalo Bills. The Giants won 20 to 19.
Super Bowl XXVI was held in 1992 between the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo bills. The Redskins won 37 to 24.
Super Bowl XXVII was held in 1993 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills. The Cowboys won 52 to 17.
Super Bowl XXVIII was held in 1994 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills. The Cowboys won 30 to 13.
Super Bowl XXIX was held in 1995 between thye San Francisco 493rs and the San Diego Chargers. The 49ers won 49 to 26.
Super Bowl XXX was held in 1996 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys won 27 to 17.
Super Bowl XXXI was held in 1997 between the Green Bay Packers and the New England Patriots. The Packers won 35 to 21.
Super Bowl XXXII was held in 1998 between the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers. The Broncos won 31 to 24.
Super Bowl XXXIII was held in 1999 between the Denver Broncos and the Atlanta Falcons. The Broncos won 34 to 19.
Super Bowl XXXIV was held in 2000 between the St.Louis Rams and the Tennessee Titans. The Rams won 23 to 16.
Super Bowl XXXV was held in 2001 between the Baltimore Ravens and the New York Giants. The Ravens won 34 to 7.
Super Bowl XXXVI was held in 2002 between the New England Patriots and the St. Louis Rams. The Patriots won 20 to 17.
Super Bowl XXXVII was held in 2003 between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders. The Bucs won 48 to 21.
Super Bowl XXXVIII was held in 2004 between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers. The Patriots won 32 to 29.
Super Bowl XXXIX was held in 2005 between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Patriots won 24 to 21.
Super Bowl XL was held in 2006 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks. The Steelers won 21 to 10.
Super Bowl XLI was held in 2007 between the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears. The Colts won 21 to 10.
Super Bowl XLII was held in 2008 between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. The Giants won 17 to 14.
Super Bowl XLIII was held in 2009 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals. The Steelers won 27 to 23.
As for Super Bowl XLIV, it will soon be determined. If you want to see this or any other Super Bowl in person, keep in mind that FrontRow.com sells tickets to the Bowls that are hard to beat.
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