Thank you for your interest in Super Bowl LII.
The NFL has made some exciting changes around Super Bowl LII in Minnesota to give some of our greatest and most loyal fans the opportunity to attend the big game.
This year, instead of conducting a lottery, the NFL has allocated those tickets to a new program that will directly touch fans of all 32 teams. Throughout the rest of the season, our teams are going to surprise fans with free tickets to the big game. In total, we’re going to give away 500 tickets to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
Some of these tickets will be given to fans identified by our clubs as exemplifying the heart of their team spirit. Some will go to outstanding youth football coaches and community heroes. And others will recognize our most creative fans—at tailgates, in our stadiums and watching at home—who put on their face paint and jerseys, their Cheeseheads and Viking helmets, and support our teams through thick and thin.
We kicked off this new initiative during week 6 of the NFL season in Minneapolis, where some very special volunteer youth football coaches and their hardworking players found out they will all be coming to the big game.
We know we can’t give everyone Super Bowl tickets, but this is one of many ways we want to say thank you to our fans for everything you do to support the game.
We will continue to hold the ADA lottery, unchanged from years past. Entries for the ADA lottery are accepted between Feb. 1 and June 1 of the year preceding the Super Bowl. ADA requests should be sent to:
Super Bowl ADA Random Drawing
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154
-Those selected in the random drawing will have the opportunity to purchase one wheelchair and one companion seat. Please be advised that only individuals who have a disability which requires them to sit in designated wheelchair and companion seats will be allowed to use these two tickets. Please also be advised that the NFL reserves the right to take appropriate legal action against individuals who fraudulently obtain any wheelchair and companion seats.