Ahhhh Snap! The Super Bowl is come to Phoenix. This of off the hizzle for shizzle. Get your tickets here while you can. The game is at the University of Phoenix (Cardinals) Stadium. Here is some info from wikipedia:
Super Bowl XLII will be the 42nd annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL) between the National Football Conference (NFC) and American Football Conference (AFC) champions. The game is scheduled to be played following the 2007 regular season on February 3, 2008 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This will be the second time that the Phoenix, Arizona, metropolitan area will host a Super Bowl game; Super Bowl XXX in January 1996 was played in Tempe’s Sun Devil Stadium.
The league contemplated the idea of holding Super Bowl XLII in either New York City or Washington, D.C. as a symbol of the recovery from the September 11, 2001 attacks. However, New York City was not even considered as a finalist for the following two reasons:
1. The proposed renovations to Giants Stadium were still being disputed among its stadium representatives.
2. At the time, New York City and the New York Jets still had not finalized a plan to build the new West Side Stadium (Ultimately, the deal fell through).
When NFL owners awarded Super Bowl XLII to Glendale during their October 30, 2003 meeting in Chicago, Illinois, they rejected Washington because they preferred a warmer and drier climate.
During a February 6, 2007 ceremony with Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, the NFL and the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled the slogan “Who Wants It More?” along with its mascot “Spike the Super Ball” (an anthropomorphized football with sunglasses and sneakers) and a large “Super Bowl XLII Countdown Clock” at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Super Bowl XLII logo was also unveiled, featuring the shape of the state of Arizona in red. The two horizontal white stripes in the middle represent the vertical lines on the University of Phoenix Stadium. The turquoise Roman Numerals represent the Native American culture of Arizona. The red star represents the AFC and the blue star represents the NFC.
If you can’t find the tickets you want to this game at the box office here are the places to shop for after market tickets: