Superbowl tickets? The demand for tickets to Super Bowl XLI greatly exceeds our ability to accommodate the majority of our fans interested in attending. Most tickets are made available through the two teams competing in the game, and to a lesser extent through each of our other NFL teams. Remaining tickets for the general public are made available through a random drawing. There is no other means for the general public to purchase tickets. The NFL does not sell tickets to travel or ticket agents.
Entries for the random drawing are accepted between Feb. 1 and June 1 of the year preceding the game in question. All entries must include name, address, phone number and email address, and must be sent via certified or registered mail. You will be notified by mail in October or November if you are eligible to purchase Super Bowl XLI tickets. Requests for tickets to Super Bowl XLII, to be played Feb. 3, 2008 in Glendale, Ariz., will be accepted beginning Feb. 1, 2007. Requests should be sent to:
Super Bowl Random Drawing
P.O. Box 49140
Strongsville, OH 44149-0140
Please note: Only one request per address is accepted. Duplicate requests will be ineligible.
For additional information, please call the Super Bowl XLI Host Committee, (305) 626-7341 or visit their web site at www.superbowlxli.org.
SB XLI ticket distribution
AFC Champion - 17.5 percent
NFC Champion - 17.5 percent
Host Team (Dolphins) - 5.0 percent
Other 29 Teams - 34.8 percent
NFL - 25.2 percent
Future Super Bowl Sites
2008 (SB XLII)- Arizona
2009 (SB XLIII)- Tampa
2010 (SB XLIV)- Miami
POSTSEASON SHARES – 2005-2006
Wild Card Game (Div. Winner) $19,000 ($18,000 last season)
(Other) $17,000 ($15,000 last season)
Divisional Playoff Game $19,000 ($18,000 last season)
Conference Championship Game $37,000 ($36,500 last season)
Super Bowl (Winning Team) $73,000 ($68,000 last season)
(Losing Team) $38,000 ($36,500 last season)
Pro Bowl (Winning Team) $40,000 ($35,000 last season)
(Losing Team) $20,000 ($17,500 last season)
*NOTE: A player on a division winner participating in the Wild Card round and winning the Super Bowl will receive a total of $148,000 ($19,000 - WC; $19,000 – Div.; $37,000 – Conf.; $73,000 – SB).
A player on a Wild Card team that wins the Super Bowl will take home $146,000.
SUPER BOWL GAME DAY RESTRICTIONS
Every person attending Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin Stadium is required to have a ticket, regardless of age or size.
Screening Procedures for Those Attending Super Bowl XLI
Security screening at Dolphin Stadium will be significantly heightened for the Super Bowl. Many items usually permitted in NFL events will not be allowed into the Super Bowl. The National Football League and the Miami-Dade Police Department strongly recommend that spectators minimize the number and size of all items carried into the Stadium.
All items carried by spectators will be carefully inspected and potentially not allowed into the Stadium. Spectators are urged to bring nothing larger than a very small purse or bag. The NFL, Dolphin Stadium and the Miami-Dade Police Department will not hold prohibited or excluded items for spectators.
Safety and security of all fans is still at the forefront in preparation for Super Bowl XLI.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CANNOT BE BROUGHT INTO DOLPHIN STADIUM:
Weapons, Knives and Explosives
Laser Lights and Pointers
Inflatables (Beach Balls, etc.)
Throwing Objects (Footballs, etc.)
Poles or Sticks
Animals (Except Service Animals)
Noisemakers and Horns
Food and Beverages
Containers of any type:
* Coolers (of any size)
* Cans, Hairspray
* Camera and Binocular Cases/Tripods
* Mace / Pepper Spray
Large Bags including:
* Duffel and Grocery Bags
Size Requirements -- All permissible items carried by spectators must measure no more then 12 inches x 12 inches x 12 inches.
Cameras and Binoculars -- Small cameras and binoculars will be allowed. Camera cases and binocular cases of any size are prohibited. No spectator cameras with lenses over six inches (6") long will be permitted. Again, camcorders will be prohibited.
Electronic devices -- Spectators are strongly urged not to bring electronic devices of any sort into the Stadium. Any electronic device will be thoroughly inspected causing delays of the individual spectator, as well as other patrons. Electronic devices include, but are not limited to, cellular telephones, pagers, miniature televisions and radios, and personal digital assistants (PDA's).
Prohibited items and items determined to be not appropriate for entry into the Stadium will be the responsibility of the ticket holder and cannot be accepted or checked by the NFL, Dolphin Stadium or the Miami-Dade Police Department. We urge spectators to secure these items in vehicles or hotel rooms.
The cooperation, patience and understanding of spectators is greatly appreciated by the National Football League, Dolphin Stadium and the Miami-Dade Police Department. The cooperation of all spectators will greatly aid in the level of security provided to all in attendance at these events.
Security screening on gameday begins at 11:00 a.m. (at the NFLX experience entrance only) and 2:00 p.m. at all other entrances. Please come early to avoid delays and to expedite the entrance of all spectators.
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