Super Bowl XLVIII Tickets

Super Bowl XLVIII is just around the corner as February 2nd will be the day when the top two football teams will battle for the coveted title. The epic match will be hosted by New Jersey and take place at the MetLife Stadium. Are you ready with your Super Bowl XLVIII tickets?

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About Super Bowl XLVIII


With San Francisco 49ers having a lead over Green Bay Packers, the 49ers are just two wins far from making it to the Super Bowl once again. The San Francisco 49ers made it to the Super Bowl as recent as last year. Though they reached the finals, they could not claim the title. They lost the title to Baltimore Ravens who beat the 49ers with 34-31. The 49ers, however, did manage to give the Ravens a tough competition. This year too many teams will be fighting for the Super Bowl title. In a series of nail biting matches that will follow, see how the teams fight to earn the championship with Super Bowl XLVIII tickets.  


Super Bowl is NFL’s annual championship game. Beginning in the summers of the previous calendar year, the Super Bowl winner is announced every February. Just how famous this event is among the people of States can be estimated by the fact that the Sunday on which the Super Bowl final is played has come to be known as the Super Bowl Sunday. The event has been the most watched American television broadcast where most of the Americans glue their eyes to the television screen until the winner walks away with the trophy. Of all the seasons of Super Bowl, the 2011 season, Super Bowl XLV topped the list of the most watched American television program. Not only do most of the Americans follow the game religiously, Super Bowl enjoys the position of the most watched sporting event in the world. This asks for no further explanations and evidences regarding the popularity of Super Bowl and the fans get to enjoy another Super Bowl Sunday coming February.


Year after year many teams have made it to the finals but the winner can only be one. Based on the past performances and their wins, some of the best Super bowl teams are the New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears.


However, fans know that football is not all that they will get to watch on the Super Bowl finals. The day is full of entertainment where eminent singers perform live at the game. During Super Bowl XLVI halftime show, Madonna performed to ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’’, ‘Like A Prayer’ and excerpts from ‘Open Your Heart.’ Madonna alone didn’t rock the night. She was joined by the “Party Rockers” who performed to two of their greatest hits ‘Party Rock Anthem’ and ‘Sexy and I Know It.’ Surprisingly the performance was given by LMFAO fully clothed. The costumes for were provided by Givenchy which added glamour to the singers’ performances. The 2012 championship was won by New York Giants, National Football Conference champions who defeated the American Football Conference champions-New England Patriots.


Before 2012, the 2011 Super Bowl XLV was yet another star studded night where The Black Eyed Peas performed to a medley of their hit songs which included ‘I Gotta Feeling’, ‘The Time (Dirty Bit)’, ‘Boom Boom Pow’ and ‘Where Is The Love?’ Fergie was among the performers as well who performed to Sweet Child o’ Mine’ with Black Eyed Peas. Usher and will.i.am also entertained the fans with a performance on ‘OMG’, their hit song. The 2011 championship was won by Green Bay Packers who defeated Pittsburgh Steelers with a score of 31-25 at Cowboys Stadium.


A year before the Super Bowl XLV, the Super Bowl XLIV championship was won by the New Orleans Saints who took a lead over Indianapolis Colts by 14 points. As the tradition goes, the halftime show again had eminent performers who entertained the fans. The Who performed at Super Bowl XLIV to a medley of their hits which included ‘Pinball Wizard’, ‘Who Are You?’, ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ and ‘Baba O’Riley.’ Cheer your favorite team and get ready for another night of football coupled with entertainment at this year’s Super Bowl final.