Things You Shouldn’t Do Before the Super Bowl

Get the most out of your Super Bowl 50 experience, and don’t do these five things! Make sure you have a great Super Bowl weekend by getting great seats in Levi’s Stadium, getting lots of sleep, and making reservations ahead of time!

Don’t Get Stuck in Line

Get more strategic with your gameplan. Order your Super Bowl 50 tickets early, so you won’t have to stand in a line for tickets. You might be stuck waiting in a ridiculously long line, and miss kickoff and the national anthem. That’s a rookie mistake. Who knows what you might miss if you get there late. Pro tip, try to avoid the restroom lines at halftime. Be warned of high-traffic times. It wouldn’t be fun to be stuck in line and miss the Coldplay performance.

Don’t Stay Out Too Late

Get lots of sleep! You’ll be in a better mood on Super Bowl Sunday, and you’ll have more time to explore the festivities the day of. This means no late-night premature celebration! Your team hasn’t won yet! We advise eating a full meal the night before so you’ll want to sleep early, like maybe an entire chicken pot pie or a huge bowl of mashed potatoes. Super Bowl Sunday is a marathon, not a sprint! Take a play out of the runner’s playbook, get your carbs in the night before, get sleep, and get prepped for a full day NFL craziness.

Don’t Miss the Game

Millions of people will be flocking to the field at the same time. Make sure you catch your bus, your ride, or your taxi on time. Travel will be a nightmare. The best way to ensure that you don’t miss kickoff is to be give yourself extra time. Maybe add 15-30 minutes to give yourself leeway, and time to take snapshots of the city. Or take advantage of the pre-planned travel accommodations from your Super Bowl 50 package (some will include game day transportation.)

Don’t Make a Mess

Don’t spill your beer! People like their jerseys stain free! Don’t leave you shoes sticky and be careful of your 12 oz. both in the stadium, and at parties.

Don’t Go Overboard

Body paint might sound like a good idea in the moment, but it has some drawbacks. You will begin to melt like Frosty the Snowman in June. You might regret the comfortable team jersey once you start leaving facepaint on everything you touch from beer to high-fives. Stranger’s Facebook story: 1 – You: ZERO.

We hope this makes your Super Bowl experience better – but you need to be in San Francisco first! Reserve Super Bowl tickets and travel packages before the playoffs to get the best seats!

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