Alternatives to the $200 outside Super Bowl ticket

The NFL will sell tickets for $200 to stand outside the stadium at the Super Bowl.

If you can’t find a ticket to go to the Super Bowl there is an alternative. The NFL announced this week that a $200 ticket will be made available to stand outside of Cowboys Stadium and watch the game on televisions. 

The tickets are only available in groups of four. So yes, you will need to find three other people who want to waste their money if you would like to do this. Even better, they think this will be a tough ticket to get.

Anyone would love to go to the Super Bowl just once in their life, but does standing outside count? To the NFL, it does. They are going to count these tickets as part of the official attendance. That makes complete sense.

Not interested in these tickets? Here are some alternative Super Bowl themed things you can buy for $200:

You can download “Back to the Super Bowl” by C.W.A. (yes, that stands for Cheeseheads With Attitude) 202 times. The anacranym is a play on the old rap group N.W.A and Cheeseheads of course refers to Packer fans. The best part about this is that it is from 2008 when Packers went 6-10.

Buy eight copies of Super Bowl XXXI-XL Collector’s Set for $24.99 a piece. It is not every Super Bowl, but the credits say, “Starring Allen Aldridge, Steve Atwater, Steve Bono, and Boys II Men.” Yes, Boys II Men.

You could purchase a game-worn Eugene Washington jersey for $125. The remaining $75 can be used on a prostitute like Robinson did the night before the only Super Bowl he played in.

If none of that interests you, but you still can’t get a $200 ticket, there is one more alternative. You can get a Cowboys Stadium replica to stand next to for $101.15, a 10” television for $58 to watch the game on and an autographed picture of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for $25 to remind you how much more money he has than you. 

Enjoy!

Jason Black is a regular sports contributor on America’s Morning News and coincidently, or not, does movie reviews for KJ103 and102.1 Kissin’ Country. You can also follow Jason on Twitter @jasonblack23.


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Jason Black

Jason Black is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he recieved a B.A. in Journalism.  While at OU he served as Sports Director for the University television station.  He has recieved multiple awards for public speaking and comedy.

He appears weekly on 18 radio stations across the country and also writes for the magazine distinctly Oklahoma.

Growing and living in Oklahoma for almost his entire life, Jason has a passion for all sports mixed with a little pop culture.

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