Schedule: Six games starting at 9 a.m., each running roughly two hours. Times are approximate with each game starting 15 minutes after the conclusion of the previous game.
Tickets: $15 for adults and $12 for students. Tickets will be available at the Gillette Stadium ticket office, located outside Patriot Place Gate, beginning at 8 a.m. The Hall at Patriot Place will offer $3 off admission on Saturday with a ticket to the Super Bowls.
Parking: Free. No tailgating will be allowed in the parking lots.
Blood drive: Super Bowl attendees can also participate in the Bob’s Discount Furniture Blood Drive in Gillette Stadium’s Putnam Club West. Fans who give blood Saturday get credit for their school toward the $100,000 High School Heroes Scholarship Program. There will also be furniture and ticket giveaways.
Broadcast Information: All games will be televised by Kraft Sports Productions, with the first three on Comcast SportsNet, the last three on WSBK TV38. Gary Tanguay and Andy Gresh will broadcast the first three, Dan Roche and Jermaine Wiggins the last three.