If you’re planning to camp out days in advance outside the box office when tickets to the Feb. 6, 2011, Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium go on sale, forget it. They won’t ever “go on sale” in the traditional sense.
Even though you live in North Texas, the region hosting Super Bowl XLV, if you’re an average joe, you’ve got next to no chance of landing tickets for the big game. Sorry.
The NFL controls access to the tickets, and the vast majority of those will be handed over to league sponsors and partners, Super Bowl sponsors and partners, and the Host Committee and its sponsors and partners. Unless you happen to be one of those sponsors, or work in upper management for one of said sponsors, you won’t get inside.
Unless you win this contest from Febreze offering four seats.