The NFL’s all-star game for the 2020 season will be the 2022 Pro Bowl. On February 6, 2022, it will be held in the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rights to broadcast on national television are held by ESPN, ABC, and Disney XD. The game’s voting process began on November 16th. On the 22nd of December, the whole cast was revealed.
Because the 2021 Pro Bowl was originally slated to take place in Allegiant Stadium until the COVID-19 epidemic prompted an alternative event to take place in its place, the league awarded the game to the stadium as a make-up.
The Pro Bowl was relocated from the last weekend of January to the first weekend of February as a result of the league increasing the regular season schedule from 16 to 17 games.
There’s no better way to enjoy the All-Star Game than by participating in the Skills Challenge. This is a rare opportunity for the general public, to witness firsthand how immensely gifted NFL players can be in a more relaxed and fun environment.
During the course of the show, your favorite NFL players will take part in five different competitions. Precision Passing, Thread-the-Needle Challenge, Fastest Man and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball are some of the competitions that will be held.
According to TickPick, the average ticket price for the NFL’s annual all-star game is currently $190. The average buying price for the 2015 event was $152.
On TickPick, the lowest ticket was $85 as of Thursday morning; the most expensive was a pair of seats in Section 143, Row 18 for $565 each, totaling $1,130.
Where to Buy Pro Bowl 2022 Ticket
As a special perk, this year’s tickets include access to the Pro Bowl Red Carpet and other family-friendly activities at the gameday festivities. Fans can purchase tickets at ProBowl.com, TickPick, and ticketmaster.com starting today.