Football fans will be given the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to Super Bowl XLVI’s NFL Experience presented by GMC, pro football’s interactive theme park, every day leading up to the event by following @superbowl on Twitter and using the hashtag, #nflexperience.
Beginning Jan. 6 until Jan. 26, the NFL will create promotions to choose a daily winner through a series of trivia questions, ReTweet activities and more.
The NFL Experience will provide fans with updates about autograph sessions, entertainment schedule and special events through a number of social and online media outlets, including Twitter (www.twitter.com/SuperBowl), Facebook’s NFL Experience event page (www.facebook.com/nfl) and the official Super Bowl website: www.superbowl.com.
In order to be eligible to win, fans must follow @SuperBowl on Twitter. Clues posted daily will instruct fans how to win. Each submission must include the NFL Experience hashtag, #nflexperience.
Beginning Jan. 27 Twitter contest winners will be able to pick up their prizes at Will Call at the NFL Experience box office, located within the Indiana Convention Center at the corner of Capitol and Maryland.
The NFL Experience will make its first appearance in Indianapolis in the event’s 20-year history. It is designed to put the ball in the fans’ hands, enabling men, women and children the opportunity to enjoy the electrifying atmosphere of Super Bowl XLVI whether they have a ticket to the game or not. The NFL Experience offers interactive games, displays, entertainment, attractions, football clinics, free autograph sessions, official NFL SHOP, memorabilia show and more.
Tickets went on sale Dec. 7 and can be purchased over the phone by calling (866) TIX-4NFL (849-4635), online at www.ticketmaster.com or at Lucas Oil Stadium box office.
Beginning Jan. 27, opening day of NFL Experience, fans can purchase tickets at the Convention Center box office. Tickets sold at the Convention Center box office will go on sale one hour before opening daily. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under, and permit entry for a particular day and time. Tickets purchased by phone and online are subject to a Ticketmaster service charge.