Super Bowl: Date, Time & Tickets
The Super Bowl kicks off in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, February 12, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. EST with the Philadelphia Eagles taking on their former coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Looking to catch the game in person? Expect to pay a pretty penny. The Philadelphia Eagles have partnered with hospitality company On Location for official travel and ticket packages.
Otherwise, your best bet is to keep an eye on the secondary market through trusted sites like TicketMaster and StubHub.
Where to Get Cheer Cards in Philadelphia
Fans across the city can celebrate the Birds with cheer cards being distributed by VISIT PHILADELPHIA (hey, that’s us!) that show off our hometown pride. (After all, if you’re an Iggles fan, you want people to know.)
Fans can pick up the free signs at restaurants, attractions and businesses across the city to display in windows and to hold as a show of support. The growing list of participants includes:
- Betsy Ross House (239 Arch Street)
- Brauhaus Schmitz (718 South Street)
- Bridget Foy’s (200 South Street)
- Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse (1921 Sansom Street)
- Craft Hall (901 N. Delaware Avenue)
- Dilworth Park (1 S. 15th Street)
- Dim Sum House (1930 Chestnut Street)
- Evil Genius (1727 N. Front Street)
- Figo Ristorante & Bar (1033 N. 2nd Street)
- Franklin Institute (222 N. 20th Street)
- Independence Visitor Center (599 Market Street)
- Lamberti Pizza (707 Chestnut Street)
- Libertee Grounds (1600 W Girard Ave, Suite C5)
- Live! Casino Hotel Philadelphia (900 Packer Avenue)
- McGillin’s Olde Ale House (1310 Drury Street)
- Metropolitan Bakery (262 S. 19th Street)
- Osteria (640 N. Broad Street)
- Philly AIDS Thrift (710 S. 5th Street)
- Reading Terminal Market (1136 Arch Street)
- South Bowl (19 E. Oregon Avenue)
- Tradesman’s (1322 Chestnut Street)
- Victory Brewing Company (1776 Benjamin Franklin Parkway)
- Wicked Wolf Philadelphia (1214-1216 Chestnut Street)
Eagles Pop Ups & Pep Rallies in Philadelphia
Miller Lite Toast to the Eagles! on the Battleship New Jersey: Two words: free beer. Hop aboard the Battleship New Jersey at noon on Saturday, February 11, 2023 to toast the Eagles’ winning ways with a free Miller Lite for all attendees 21-plus. The free toast is followed by a celebratory firing of the ships’ five-inch guns. After enjoying your crispy beverage, stick around to take a tour of the historic ship. Note: While the Miller Lite Toast event is free, tickets are required for tours of the ship (Battleship New Jersey, 100 Clinton Street, Camden, NJ).
It’s a Philly Thing Pep Rally at Fashion District Philadelphia: Stop by the Fashion District Philadelphia on Saturday, February 11, 2023 for a pre-Super Bowl pep rally from 1 to 4 p.m. Expect plenty of games and giveaways, a DJ hyping the crowd up with lively tunes and — appropriate for the setting — an Eagles Fashion Show! Let’s see those game day ‘fits, y’all! The Fashion District is teaming up with Philly Fashion Week to hand out up to $500 in prizes for the most creative Eagles outfits. Enter at “The Cube” entrance at 9th and Market streets for the football festivities (Fashion District Philadelphia, enter at 9th & Market streets).
New Birdfeed 2023 Mural on South Street: During the Eagles’ last run to the Super Bowl in 2018, Philly artist Meg Saligman sent the internet into a frenzy with her Tom Brady-bashing mural in Bella Vista. The artwork, which featured Tom Brady in the clutches of a giant bald eagle, captured the hearts of Birds fans everywhere. Now, Saligman is back with an updated mural for the 2023 Super Bowl run. Keep an eye out for Birdfeed 2023: It’s a Philly Thing, which is currently in progress on the walls of 2nd Street Consignment on South Street. The mural is currently being painted on a wall facing 5th Street and will be completed by Super Bowl Sunday. Stop by to see Saligman at work and snag a picture for good luck (2nd Street Consignment, 501 South Street).
Snap a selfie with Eagles players on the Rocky Steps: Runners, visitors and Rocky impersonators have some company these days on the iconic staircase leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The museum has installed giant cutouts of four Eagles stars along both sides of the steps. Get into game mode by snapping a selfie with star quarterback Jalen Hurts, strip-sack king Brandon Graham, “Big Play Slay” Darius Slay Jr. or the Slim Reaper DeVonta Smith.
The Bird Dog from Dietz & Watson: Hear us out: cheese-covered hot dogs served on green buns. Interested? Did we mention they’re free and served out of a giant, roving Birds-mobile? South Philly’s Cacia’s Bakery and Dietz & Watson are teaming up to sling limited edition Bird Dogs at spots throughout the city ahead of Sunday’s showdown. The hot dogs — served up on Kelly green rolls from Cacia’s — are topped with long hots, provolone (or spicy cheddar) cheese and crunchy fried onions.
Follow the official Dietz & Watson Instagram handle to see where the Bird Dog mobile will be popping up this week.
Super Bowl Watch Parties in Greater Philadelphia
Philly’s top sports bars are sure to be elbow-to-elbow for the Super Bowl, so be sure to check in with your favorite spot about reservations or tickets ahead of time.
Looking to catch the game with a few hundred of your closest friends? Check out one of the many watch parties taking place throughout Greater Philadelphia.
- Birds Big Game Bash at XFINITY Live!: XFINITY Live! always attracts a packed and passionate crowd on game day. To avoid lines and overcrowding, the stadium-adjacent spot is going ticketed-only for game day. Indoor tickets for the 21-plush bash have already sold out. But with weather looking OK for February, the party is extending to the outdoors, with firepits, multiple outdoor bars, picnic tables and the game screening on a 34-foot LED screen. Tickets are still available for the outdoor viewing experience only (1100 Pattison Avenue).
- The Ultimate Watch Party at Punch Line Philly: Cheer on the Birds at Punch Line Philly as they hope to get the last laugh over Andy Ried and the Kansas City Chiefs. DJ Aktive provides some pregame entertainment and Hornitos offers a complimentary tequila tasting from 6-7 p.m. This is a ticketed, 21-plus event, and doors open at 4 p.m. (33 E. Laurel Street).
- South Bowl’s Super BOWL Party: This ticketed, 21-plus party puts the “bowl” in Super Bowl. Catch all the action on 12 giant screens throughout the South Philly facility, while bowling with up to five friends. Tickets include shoe rental and at least one guaranteed game for each group (up to six people), draft beer and sangria, and an open buffet (think pizza, sliders, and wings) from kickoff through the third quarter (19 E. Oregon Avenue).
- The Big Game 2023 Watch Party at Rivers Casino Philadelphia: Catch the Big Game on a seriously big screen at the BetRivers Sportsbook inside Rivers Casino Philadelphia. The $40 entry fee grants you access to an all-you-can-eat buffet, $2 Miller Lite specials and some super swag. Reservations are required. Note: The price jumps up to $50 per person after February 10, 2023 (if tickets remain) (1001 N. Delaware Avenue).
- Free Watch Party at Warehouse on Watts: This 21-plus watch party is free to attend, and reservations are not required. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. for the festivities, which feature the game screening on a giant projection screen and drink specials from Montucky Cold Snacks (billed as a beer flavored beer). An added bonus: It’s a short walk to Broad Street for post-game celebrations (923 N Watts Street).
More Spots to Watch at Sports Bars & Breweries in Philadelphia
Clear eyes, full beer, can’t lose. Toast to an Eagles’ victory at one of the sporty spots below. Looking for more? Check out our picks for the top sports bars in Philadelphia.
- Sports & Social Philly: You won’t miss a minute of game action at Sports & Social Philly inside Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia. Located a few steps from the Sports Complex, the bar features a gigantic 52-foot screen (yes, you read that right) and 24 additional TVs, meaning there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Eagles playoff games feature live entertainment, halftime contests, signed memorabilia, giveaways, and $5 Bud Lights (900 Packer Avenue).
- Chickie’s and Pete’s: Crabfries and football — that’s what Philadelphia does. Wash down an Eagles’ victory with the signature crinkle cut, crabby-spiced fries from Chickie’s and Pete’s. The flagship South Philly location is within walking distance of the Sports Complex and features an oversized 14-foot screen, perfect for viewing A.J. Brown bombs, Double Doinks and Hurts heroics. Not in South Philly? You can also score those crave-worthy Crabfries at a number of other Chickie’s & Pete’s locations throughout Greater Philadelphia, including in Malvern, Upper Darby and Warrington (Various locations including 1526 Packer Avenue).
- Wicked Wolf Philadelphia: Sports pub meets party club at this trendy spot in Center City. Catch the action on an enormous 12-foot by 4-foot centerpiece LED screen, or one of the other 28 TVs spread over three floors. In addition to the game, the bar promises some wild halftime entertainment. To give you an idea, halftime for the regular season finale featured a dancing robot and a cheeseburger-slinging costumed Hamburglar (1214 Chestnut Street).
- Woolly Mammoth: This South Street Sports Bar turns up the game audio and cranks the drink specials to 11 for game day. Enjoy $3 Miller Lite drafts, $4 Yards drafts, $5 Surfside Vodka Iced Teas, and plenty of pitcher and bucket specials. Feeling peckish? Take $1 off appetizer menu items all game long (430 South Street).
- Evil Genius Beer Company: The brewers at Evil Genius are churning out two special beers for the Eagles’ 2023 playoff run. The brand-new, aptly-named Playoffs?!? is a creamsicle-flavored IPA with heavy notes of orange and vanilla. The returning Fly Like an Eagle — a tribute to water ice (read: wooder ice) — is a milkshake-style IPA that comes in mango or blue raspberry varieties. Both beers are available at the brewery’s taproom in Fishtown throughout the playoffs (1727 Front Street).
- Libertee Grounds: This spot on Girard Avenue serves up $1 wings and mix-and-match buckets of Stateside Vodka Sodas during all Eagles games. After watching the game on one of 10 TVs spread around the bar area, stick around for a game of indoor mini-golf (1600 W. Girard Ave).
- Tinsel Takes Flight: The Center City pop-up bar — best known for over-the-top Christmas and Halloween displays — transforms once again for the Birds’ playoff run. This time, the bar is something out of a football fan’s dreams. Playoff games stream on TVs throughout the establishment, which is covered from top to bottom with memorabilia, sports murals, special lighting installations and more. Also on tap: beers like Free Will Dreams & Nightmares and Flying Fish Go Birds, and Eagles-themed cocktails like the lemonade- and vodka-based Hurts So Good. The football pop up runs through Sunday, February 12, 2023 (116 S. 12th Street).
- Craft Hall: The perfect viewing spot for parents with lil Eagles fans, Craft Hall features an indoor playground for the kiddos, plenty of TVs and a brand-new 65-square-foot LED video wall for viewing the Super Bowl. During the game, enjoy specials like the built-for-sharing, half-yard brisket cheesesteak for $27 and $15 beer pitchers. Reservations can be made online (901 N. Delaware Avenue).
- Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest: The Delaware River waterfront’s wintertime destination gets into the spirit as the attraction (including the on-site Ferris Wheel) lights up green. Catch the game in the lodge, paired with something delicious from Chickie’s and Pete’s, Skelly’s Amusements or Black Iron BBQ (101 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd).
Where to Buy Game-Day Grub
Whether you’re tailgating or watching the game at home, food is an important part of every fan’s game day ritual.
Here’s where to score some awesome game-day eats during the Eagles’ playoff push.
Success in the postseason is all about fundamentals. Don’t overthink it: Stick to the basics, and grab Philly’s most famous sandwich at one of the spots below, or check out our full guide to where to find the best cheesesteaks in Philadelphia.
- Angelo’s Pizzeria South Philadelphia: Yes, the pizza is great, but this South Philly shop also serves up some of the best cheesesteaks around. Finely sliced steak, onions and gooey cheese (your choice of Whiz, cooper sharp, American or provolone) are piled high on a seeded Sarcone’s Bakery roll (736 S. 9th Street).
- Pat’s King of Steaks: The original home of the cheesesteak, Pat’s claim to fame is that its founder, Pat Olivieri, invented the steak sandwich in 1930. Since then, Pat’s has grown from a little stand at the southern end of South Philly’s Italian Market to one of the most famous cheesesteak shops in the world (1237 E. Passyunk Avenue).
- Geno’s Steaks: It may be across the street from the oldest cheesesteak joint in town, but Geno’s Steaks is a formidable competitor, going roll-for-roll with Pat’s for decades and fueling friendly competition at the cheesesteak capital of the world. The key to success for the 24/7 spot? Quality thinly sliced rib-eye steak for maximum juiciness, the freshest of onions and house-made bread. Oh, and you can’t miss it; just follow the neon lights (1219 S. 9th Street).
- Tony & Nick’s Steaks: Every sandwich at Tony and Nick’s Steaks — formerly the original location of Tony Luke’s — is worth sinking your teeth into. While many opt for the roast pork sandwich (and who can blame ’em?), the classic cheesesteak is hard to pass up. The restaurant is located on Oregon Avenue in South Philadelphia next to an I-95 overpass, making it an easy stop on your way to tailgate (39 E. Oregon Avenue).
The Birds are on a roll. And so are these delicious Philly sandwiches that come piled high with meat, cheese and all the fixins. You can’t go wrong with a game day sandwich (or party tray) from these hoagie spots. Hungry for more? Check out our complete guide to where to find the best hoagies in Philadelphia.
- PrimoHoagies: A shop that got its start in South Philly, PrimoHoagies has expanded immensely in recent years. The sandwich chain has elevated the hoagie with a long list of delicious variants. There are multiple locations across the Philadelphia region, offering one-off sandwiches and plenty of catering options (Various locations including 128 S. 11th Street)
- Cosmi’s Deli: Open since 1932, this tiny corner deli in South Philly churns out some of the best cheesesteaks, hoagies and roast pork sandwiches in Philadelphia. With more than a dozen hoagies on the menu, it can be tough to choose. Order a hoagie tray to sample them all (1501 S. 8th Street).
- Fink’s: Self-dubbed the “King of Gourmet Hoagies,” Fink’s offers its signature hoagie (helpfully named Fink’s Signature Hoagie) with two secret weapons: coteghino (fresh pork sausage) and a secret olive spread. The other gourmet hoagies, named for Northeast neighborhoods, similarly elevate traditional recipes with creative touches. The family-owned shop prides itself on offering affordable hoagie trays that can accommodate any party size (4633 Princeton Avenue).
Sturdy and salty on the outside and chewy and soft on the inside, the Philly soft pretzel is a thing of wonder. Grab a couple, a dozen or a couple dozen for your Eagles tailgate or viewing party.
- Philly Pretzel Factory: Yeah, it’s a chain, but Philly Pretzel Factory pretzels are quintessential. (How many tailgates have you been to where a party platter of mini pretzels are proudly displayed?) With some 30 locations in the Greater Philadelphia area alone, this is a go-to spot for Philly party planners (various locations including 1401 W. Passyunk Avenue).
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Eagles-themed treats from these local shops.
- Isgro Pastries: A Philly institution since 1904, Isgro Pastries is one of the rare Philly businesses with a history pre-dating the Birds themselves. Stop into the South Philly location for tailgate treats like Eagles cupcakes, cookies and — of course — a cannoli or two … dozen (1009 Christian Street).
- Federal Donuts: Behold: The Iggle. The glazed and glittered donut is — what else? Green! Pop into any Fed Nuts location on Saturday or Sunday to grab the limited-edition dyed donuts. Be the MVP of tour tailgate party with The Tailgate Package, which comes with trays of chicken tenders and wings, two dozen donuts, and four sauces of your choosing (multiple locations including 540 South Street).
Where to Buy Philadelphia Eagles Playoff Gear in Philly
It’s time to update that game-day drip. Wear your heart on your sleeve, and show the world you bleed green with new and vintage Eagles gear from these shops in Philadelphia.
- Philadelphia Eagles Pro Shop at Lincoln Financial Field: You can score official 2023 playoff merch — including sweaters, hats, hoodies and more — at the Philadelphia Eagles Pro Shop located adjacent to Lincoln Financial Field. The shop is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Not in the city? Two more official pro shops are located in Lancaster and Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Contact the individual stores for any changes to normal hours in the lead-up to the Super Bowl (One Lincoln Financial Field Way).
- Shibe Vintage Sports: What’s old is new at this Midtown Village shop, which sells vintage-style shirts, hats and accessories for all of Philly’s major sports teams. A second location also recently opened in Wayne (137 S. 13th Street & 106 E. Lancaster Avenue, Wayne).
- Mitchell & Ness: Nostalgia is the name of the game at Mitchell & Ness. The shop’s Center City location is stacked with throwback shirts, sweaters, hats and hoodies for all major sports teams, including the Birds (1306 Walnut Street).
- Philadelphia Independents: This Old City shop features dozens of handmade items from local makers. Always a great spot to snag Philly-themed gifts, the boutique is also a slept-on option for game-day gear. Pop in to pick up Eagles beanies, tees and even onesies for the little Birds fan in your life (35 N. 3rd Street).