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2013 Super Bowl Tickets

One of the only sporting events on the planet – including maybe the World Cup and the Olympics – that doesn’t need an introduction is the Super Bowl. With the entire world watching the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, the top two teams in the most popular sport in the U.S. clash on the gridiron with everything on the line. If you’ve never been to the big game, now is your chance to get out and see your favorite team as they look to hoist that allusive Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Super Bowl Tickets

The first NFL tickets to see the Super Bowl were sold for the 1966 season after the AFL and NFL merged into one league. The name actually is derived from a popular toy called the Super Ball, that AFL owner Lamar Hunt’s son was playing with when ideas for a name were being tossed around. The name stuck, and now the Super Bowl is one of the greatest sporting spectacles in the world. Don’t miss your chance to grab some prominent NFL tickets and see a game that you will be talking about for years to come.

Super Bowl Tickets

The Super Bowl nowadays is about half football and half pageantry, with elaborate pre-game and halftime shows and plenty of activities to do in the host city leading up to kickoff. It is the meeting of the two greatest football teams in the world, but it is also an unofficial American holiday called Super Bowl Sunday. This postseason, the big game will be at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, a place that has been the home to countless great football games over the years.

Super Bowl 2013 Tickets

Whether you have a favorite team ready to win a title or you’re just a big football, there is no other better place to be than the 2013 Super Bowl. With the guarantee of two very talented teams fighting to the top of the mountain after a hard-fought season, the intensity is sure to be electric. Just get your tickets today through World Viator, where you’re always covered for NFL access from the regular season to the NFL playoffs and all the way through the Super Bowl.