12 Jobs That Could Earn You a Ticket to the Super Bowl

Enjoy the events around the Super Bowl, explore Las Vegas, and make money.

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Updated May 28, 2024
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The Super Bowl is only a month away, and you can still get a ticket to the big game in Las Vegas.

The only problem is that the cheapest tickets on resale sites such as Seat Geek currently cost thousands of dollars.

So, what can you do to enjoy the Super Bowl experience and boost your bank account? Check out these jobs that can get you a spot inside the event even if you don’t have the cash for a seat.

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Concession-stand worker

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Concessions are an important revenue stream for Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, which is hosting the Super Bowl.

See if you can get a job at a concession stand serving fans all the hot dogs and beer they want. You might even earn extra cash in tips to help build your savings.

Roaming concession sales

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If you don’t mind walking up and down stairs, a job in roaming concession sales may be a good option.

In this role, you roam around the crowd selling hot dogs, popcorn, beer, and more. If you’re lucky, you can glimpse some of the game action while you work.

Halftime entertainment

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Singer, songwriter, and dancer Usher is performing at this year’s halftime show, so expect a spectacular performance on the field.

You can get a front-row seat if you have skills such as dancing or even just being an energetic audience member. Keep an eye on listings for talent that may be needed and see if you can snag a spot on the field.

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All NFL football games have some level of security to protect players, personnel, and fans. But there is nothing like the Super Bowl when it comes to security for a high-profile event.

Use your previous skills in security or a related field to keep people safe while you also take a peek at the field or simply enjoy the Super Bowl atmosphere.


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Bartending can be a great job for special events, especially when it comes to earning tips.

In addition to using bartending skills to get into the Super Bowl, you can also use your talents in plenty of restaurants, bars, and other entertainment spots in Las Vegas in the days and weeks leading up to the big game.


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Allegiant Stadium is packed with food options and restaurants for fans to enjoy before, during, and after the game.

Take your cooking skills to Las Vegas and work for one of these restaurants that will probably see an increase in business during the Super Bowl.

The stadium includes Italian and Mexican foods, burgers, and barbecue. So, find a place that fits your specialty and earn money.


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Who doesn’t want a jersey with their favorite player’s name on the back?

Merchandise sales are a big part of the Super Bowl, so get a job selling jerseys, T-shirts, hats, and more. You can try to get a job at the stadium selling merchandise or look for one in local casinos or specialty shops catering to football fans.

Fan events

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The Super Bowl isn’t just a game; it’s a major event for the city that hosts it each year.

Check out the NFL’s fan events leading up to the game this year and see if there’s a spot for you to help serve fans in various ways.

The hotels in Las Vegas may also host their own fan events, so try to find a job at those spots if you can’t get into the stadium.

Event cleaner

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Fans inevitably make a mess during games, so help clean up things and earn some cash while you’re there.

Look for an event cleaner position to get you in the stadium to enjoy the atmosphere while ensuring everyone is having a good time in a clean venue.

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You don’t have to find a job to enjoy the Super Bowl atmosphere: Las Vegas also offers plenty of volunteer opportunities for Super Bowl weekend.

Greet fans and help them get around the city, for example. It’s an excellent opportunity to ensure fans feel welcome in the city.

The Super Bowl Host Committee estimates it needs 7,000 volunteers to keep things running smoothly, so you’ll likely find a spot to help.

Parking attendant

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Parking can be challenging for a major event such as the Super Bowl. That's true even in a city such as Las Vegas, which is used to big events and a lot of tourists.

Check out different parking jobs at Allegiant Stadium and throughout Las Vegas.

Event flagger

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Before fans can even park at the stadium, they need to be directed exactly where to go.

Help out as an event flagger who gets cars directed to proper parking lots or ensures traffic flows smoothly throughout the process of getting fans into Allegiant Stadium. It’s just one more way to supplement your income during the Super Bowl.

Bottom line

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Arizona estimates that more than 10,000 jobs were created for the last Super Bowl in 2023. Las Vegas likely is seeing a similar surge in openings.

That means there should be plenty of ways to get into the Super Bowl without spending the cash for a ticket.

If you are a diehard NFL fan with a modest-sized wallet, consider applying for one of these jobs that can help you make cash on the side as you enjoy the big game.

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Jenny Cohen

Jenny Cohen is a freelance writer who has covered a bit of everything, from finance to sports to her favorite TV shows. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and FoxSports.com.