NFL Experience Super Bowl 50

When: Saturday, January 30 — Sunday, February 7, 2016

Where:Moscone Center (North and South buildings), San Francisco


Tickets will be available for purchase on on November 11, by calling 866-TIX-4NFL (849-4635) or at the box office one hour prior to doors opening from January 30 — February 7, 2016. To avoid lengthy lines at the box office, the pre-purchase of tickets online or over the phone is recommended. Ticket prices include all games and attractions.

Adults – $35

Children 12 and under – $25

NFLXtra (fast pass) — $50 for children 12 and under; $60 for adults


Saturday, January 30: 10AM – 10PM
Sunday, January 31: 10AM – 8PM
Monday, February 1: 3PM – 10PM
Tuesday, February 2: 3PM – 10PM
Wednesday, February 3: 3PM – 10PM
Thursday, February 4: 3PM – 10PM
Friday, February 5: 3PM – 10PM
Saturday, February 6: 10AM – 10PM
Super Bowl Sunday (February 7): 10AM – 2PM
*All appearances are subject to change without notice.


All items carried by spectators will be carefully inspected and potentially not permitted into the Moscone Center.

The following list is a guide only. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

• Alcohol
• Food
• Animals (except assistive animals)
• Fireworks
• Beverages
• Coolers (of any size)
• Weapons, Knives and Explosives

Items purchased at NFL Shop presented by Visa will be allowed in to the Moscone Center

Note: Prohibited items and items determined to not be appropriate for entry into the Moscone Center will be the responsibility of the ticketholder and cannot be accepted or checked by the NFL, the Moscone Center or any law enforcement agency. We urge spectators to secure these items in vehicles or hotel rooms.

Cameras and Binoculars: Small cameras will be allowed. No spectator cameras with lenses more than six inches (6″) long will be permitted. Binocular cases and camera bags are not permitted.

Fans who are exiting NFL Experience to go to Moscone West (NFL Shop presented by VISA or Bridgestone Fan Gallery) will not be wristbanded or stamped to return back to NFL Experience.

The cooperation, patience and understanding of spectators is greatly appreciated by the National Football League and the Moscone Center.