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December 16, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Fans can attend Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day

The Seattle players and coaches won’t be looking too far ahead, with two regular season games to play before even getting to the playoffs.

But just in case you think  Seattle has a good shot at getting to the Super Bowl  and might want some info about some of the activities there, here’s a press release today from the NFL about how fans can attend Super Bowl Media Day (which even now has its own sponsor):

The NFL will offer a limited number of spectators a unique opportunity to attend Media Day Fueled by Gatorade on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.  Starting today fans are able to purchase tickets at SuperBowl.com.

Super Bowl XLVIII will be played February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

During Media Day, fans will sit in the stands in the arena and watch thousands of media from around the world interview members of the participating Super Bowl teams on the floor.

Fans will receive a Media Day gift bag that will include a radio to tune into the day’s coverage on NFL Network and listen to some of the individual player interviews from the podium microphones’ audio. In addition, there will be player and cheerleader appearances. Fans also will have access to concession and merchandise stands throughout the day.

Tickets are available for purchase through SuperBowl.com and cost $28.50 each.

Doors will open at 9:30 am (ET) to all ticket holders. Media Day will begin at 10:30am (ET). All seating for the event will be reserved.

More information and updates on Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day Fueled by Gatorade and other Super Bowl XLVIII events will be posted on SuperBowl.com.  Fans may follow @SuperBowl on Twitter for the latest Super Bowl XLVIII information and updates as well as tag their posts about Media Day with #SBMediaDay or #SBQuestions for any questions about Super Bowl week.

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