It’s almost here, the 2015 NFL Super Bowl. The game is being hosted in Glendale, Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium. There are a number of activities before and after the game. Many visitors use the Phoenix/Scottsdale metro area as a home base to participate in many of the events around the metro and to take day trips to Sedona, the Grand Canyon and other popular destinations around the state.
Use the list of events below to help you plan for this event. There is something for everyone to do during the festivities.
January 24 – February 1 – All day
This family-oriented event features more than 50 interactive activities. The event is being held at the Phoenix Convention Center in downtown Phoenix. The location is intended to provide more access to participants from around the entire state of Arizona.
The NFL Experience will run from January 24th – February 1, 2015. Admission to the event is $35 for adults. See a list of pricing options and promotions below along with operating hours.
The experience this year has been engineered by GMC and provides interactive, participatory games, attractions, displays and ongoing entertainment. There are also clinics for youth football and free autograph sessions from current and former NFL stars. For a list of player appearances, check the Superbowl.com site on January 16th*.
Tickets – Pricing and Promotions
Tickets have been on sale since December 10th, 2015 at the website: http://www.suberbowl.com. We recommend purchasing tickets prior to the event as lines at the box office can be long. Tickets at the box office are available daily 2 hours prior to the event start. Tickets include access to all games and attractions along with entrance to the Bridgestone Fan Gallery.
Adults – $35
Children 12 and under – $20
USAA is providing a military discount: 50% off all adult and children’s tickets. You must present a military ID to receive the discount. This discount is valid all days and times.
Arizona Cardinals Fan Appreciation: $5 off ticket price when you wear your Cardinals jersey on January, 26th.
For some of the best deals, you can purchase NFL Experience Family Packs. These discounted Family Packs are available only as pre-purchase. Get your tickets online at SuperBowl.com or by calling 866.TIX.4NFL (849.4635)
Family Pack Discount are valid on the following days: January 24, January 25, January 27, January 28 and January 29.
Four Pack: (2) adult tickets + (2) kids tickets = $95 ($15 savings)
Five Pack: (2) adult tickets + (3) kids tickets = $105 ($25 savings)
Six Pack: (2) adult tickets + (4) kids tickets = $120 ($30 savings)
10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 25; 3-10 p.m. Monday-Friday, Jan. 26-30; 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31; 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1.
Please review the list of prohibited items prior to attending any of the events sponsored by the NFL. You can find the list at the NFL website.
*Please note: All appearances are subject to change without notice.
Jan 25, 6:00pm MT
Tickets to the 2015 Pro Bowl, are on sale from the NFL on www.nfl.com/probowlonsale. You can also call toll-free 1-800-745-3000 for tickets.
Pro Bowl packages are available and include tickets to the game events through NFL On Location.
NFL On Location is the NFL’s official source for event experiences and hospitality, including access to the NFL’s Official Tailgate Party. Check out their packages at www.nflonlocation.com for more information.
That would be Super Bowl 49. Game time is February 1st, 2015 at 6:30 ET.
This year the game will be played in Glendale, Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The stadium is located just west of metro Phoenix and can be easily accessed by major highways.
The last Super Bowl played in Arizona was in 2008 during the recession. This year the NFL and host committee are expecting dramatic increases in participation of ancillary events in and around the Super Bowl, plan accordingly.
For more information about the game and tickets go to: http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/49
For information about hotels near the University of Phoenix Stadium and Super Bowl 49: Click Here
For information about what you can bring to the game check out the NFL’s ‘all clear’ FAQ page: http://www.nfl.com/allclear
Jan 26 – February 1, All Day
This annual PGA event attracts the largest and most boisterous crowds on the PGA tour. Played at the TPC in Scottsdale, Arizona the tournament runs all week with practice rounds and Pro-Am events.
The large crowds make planning important, especially transportation to the course. There are parking lots off-site with shuttle buses running to and from the event all day long. For information on parking at the Phoenix Open, click here.http://wmphoenixopen.com/spectator-info/parking-and-directions/. Also, keep in mind there will be thousands of Super Bowl fans in town and just driving around the Scottsdale area will be a challenge.
The Bird’s Nest is a popular spot during play and after with great entertainment and refreshments. The 16th hole, par 3 is a great spot to watch the action. This is the hole where Tiger Woods hit a hole in one. The crowds here can be heard all around the course as the hole is transformed with stadium seating that accommodates 16,000 fans.
If you’re in town for any of the Super Bowl events, we highly recommend a day at the Phoenix Open. The TPC course is spectacular, the crowd watching excellent and the golf is always memorable.
January 29th -31st
The Arizona American Indian Tourism Association created this unique showcase of authentic Arizona Indian culture and resources. This is a family friendly event and is FREE.
The Schedule of Events and Activities Include:
Walk through authentic Traditional Villages
– Speak and interact with tribal elders
– Listen to story-telling of ancient legends
– Watch colorful social dances
– Sample authentic American Indian foods
– Explore traditional tribal dwellings
The event will bel held at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.
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