Bill Belichick is a man who believes that in order for his team to win, everybody must do their jobs. Apparently, his mantra also extends to jerseys.
The Patriots, despite being designated as the home team in Super Bowl 52, will break out their road white jerseys for their matchup against the Eagles, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss.
Although they are the home team in Super Bowl LII, the Patriots will wear their road white jerseys, per a Patriots spokesman. They are 3-1 when wearing white in Super Bowls.
We’ve had some Super Bowl success in our white uniforms, Elway said before Denver’s win over Carolina, and we’re looking forward to wearing them again in Super Bowl 50.
Even if you’re not a superstitious sports fan, it’s tough to deny that white jerseys bring good luck in the Super Bowl.
With it being the most widely viewed sporting event in most years, Super Bowl tickets don’t come cheap. Currently, the cheapest you can find is roughly $3,400 on SeatGeek with the next-cheapest within $200; NFL Ticket Exchange’s lowest ticket price was $4,290 on Jan. 23.
The most expensive tickets are very close to the field and typically include some sort of pregame/postgame hospitality and maybe even an on-field experience.
The most common, and usually cheapest, place to buy Super Bowl tickets is on reseller websites like StubHub, SeatGeek and Vivid Seats. Fans can also head to NFL Ticket Exchange, the official reseller of the NFL, however those prices tend to be higher than those listed on other ticket re-selling sites. That said, its most expensive Super Bowl ticket package, as of Jan. 23, was only $40,000, which is a steal compared to the top-end prices at other resellers.