On Location offers Priority Access deposit scheme for 2027 Super Bowl

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The National Football League (NFL) has announced that Super Bowl LXI will be hosted at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles in 2027, with On Location launching a Priority Access deposit scheme for the game more than three years in advance. 

On Location is the official hospitality partner of the NFL and following the news, it launched a deposit programme where fans can secure access to hospitality packages before they are made available to the general public.

The Super Bowl LXI ticket packages will include premium seating options, hospitality, high-end food and beverage offerings, entertainment and more.

In a press release from Hollywood Park – which houses SoFi Stadium and YouTube Theater in Inglewood – On Location said: “While the game isn’t until 2027, Super Bowl ticket packages have sold out to deposit holders prior to public onsales in the past. A fully refundable, time-stamped Priority Access deposit assures fans their choice of tickets and bespoke experiences for the big game.”

SoFi Stadium, which is home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, hosted Super Bowl LVI in 2022. It will be the ninth Super Bowl to be played in Los Angeles County.

Additionally, as hosts, the Los Angeles Rams will be able to offer their Suite Owners and Stadium Suite License holders with priority access to Super Bowl packages, and other experiences throughout the week. The Los Angeles Host Committee will also be given priority access.

“We are very excited to bring the Super Bowl back to Los Angeles for the second time in five years,” said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. “The city did an outstanding job hosting Super Bowl 56 in the incredible SoFi Stadium and we believe that Super Bowl 61 will be even more memorable. The Los Angeles Rams, the Los Angeles Host Committee and many other outstanding partners will help create an unforgettable week of events culminating in Super Bowl Sunday in 2027 that will celebrate the region as an epicentre of sports, entertainment and culture.”

The NFL also announced plans for a landmark regular-season game in Brazil next year, the first to be held in South America. The game will be held at São Paulo’s Neo Química Arena, home of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football team Corinthians.