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Super Bowl XLVII tickets are selling fast

Jan 23, 2013 at 7:57 AM


Super Bowl XLVII between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens is 11 days away. It will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on January 3, 2013 at 3:30 PM. It will feature brother versus brother as 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh takes on his older brother, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. The game, like all Super Bowls, is expected to be a sellout so tickets are tough to come by.

On Monday, we told you how you could get your hands on tickets to the game. They appear to be going fast on Razorgator, a very reputable ticket sales site. On Monday, they had over 2,800 tickets available for purchase. Today, they have just over 2,200 so they are selling more than they are getting in.

Find Super Bowl XLVII tickets at Razorgator
NFL Ticket Exchange by Ticketmaster, the official ticket partner of the NFL, had over 2,000 tickets on Monday. Today, they have just under 2,000. This makes sense since the Super Bowl ticket lottery for season ticket holders took place yesterday and it is likely that some winners are looking to make a little profit off of their tickets.

Find Super Bowl XLVII tickets at NFL Ticket Exchange
Another fantastic place to look is Vivid Seats, another reputable ticket sales site. They always have a healthy stock of tickets available for fans.

Find Super Bowl XLVII tickets at Vivid Seats
There are still tickets available if you know where to look and are willing to spend a little in order to witness the 49ers compete for another championship.

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