Fan Express to take ticket holders to Super Bowl - New York News

Fan Express to take ticket holders to Super Bowl

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Fan Express is a ticketed bus system that offers Super Bowl guests a safe, easy, and convenient transportation option to MetLife Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday (2/2/14).

Fan Express allows guests to choose from nine convenient pickup locations in New York City and Northern New Jersey and select a departure time ranging from 1:30 – 4:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased at www.SBFanExpress.com and then printed at home. On Game Day, Fan Express riders simply show up at the time and location designated on their ticket and take their seat aboard a coach bus to travel via express routes to premium parking locations at MetLife Stadium. Post-game, guests simply make their way back to the Fan Express parking area (Lot E) to board buses back to their original pickup locations.

Immediately after your order is placed, you will be allowed to print or save your bus ticket to your computer. In addition, an email will be sent from info@clickandpark.com. In this email will be a link to view your downloadable bus ticket and print at your convenience. If you have created an account, you can also access your bus ticket by logging into your account and viewing “My Orders”.

Depending on the departure location, the time will vary, but we do ask you allow an hour minimum travel time to/from the stadium.

Children two and under will not require a ticket to board the bus. The child must not occupy a seat and will be required to sit on the lap of a parent or guardian. Please note that all fans must have a Super Bowl Ticket (regardless of age) to enter MetLife Stadium for the game. So unticketed fans, regardless of age, should not ride buses to MetLife Stadium.

Find out more infomation about the Fan Express Bus: http://nynjsuperbowl.com/getting-to-the-game

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