For anyone looking at/thinking about tickets, I go to many games at Cardinals stadium, so here's some info. In the upper level, you need to understand what the "ring of honor" is. It is a ring of seats right at the bottom of the upper level. They are actually below the concourse, right above the luxury boxes. They are great seats. They are between 2 and 5 rows and the rows are LETTERS. Above the ring of honor are the upper level terrace sections. You go up stairs to these. These start with row NUMBERS. So, don't think that row "2" is the second row in the section. It's the second row in the part of the section above the ring of honor. Be a bit cautious of the first three rows or so in the upper level sections -- they have railings and stairs that can be partially obstructive. There are no bad sight lines in the stadium, but the point is that there is not a huge difference between row 1 in the upper level and row 10. But there is a big difference between row, say, "B" in that section and the other rows. Anyway, someone telling you that row "1" in the 400 level is something super special is doing a bit of creative marketing. Row "A" in the 400 level is something special and better than many lower level seats. Also, the seating chart that you see for the cardinals is NOT the seating chart for the superbowl in one important respect. For big games, like the super bowl and fiesta bowl, they put in massive temporary risers in the open side of the stadium. So, during the regular year, sections 138 to 144 are small sections behind the end zone. During the super bowl, they have about 60 rows in them. The tops of these sections, while technically "lower level" are very far back and high up. These are some of the most common tickets available on ebay and stuff -- they are tickets that go to Cardinals season ticket holders who won the lottery and NFL lottery winners. In my view, the sight lines from the rows in these sections above 45 or so are not as good as seats in the upper levels anywhere from the corners around. Finally, DO NOT buy parking passes from scalpers yet. Parking passes are still available from the host committee for face value. (Still pretty expensive -- about $75 with shipping) but at least you know it's legit and you don't have to deal with a scalper. The blue west lot is a bit easier to get in and out. Probably about a 10 minute walk to the stadium. Not having a parking pass will be a real drag. There is no paid parking on the day of the game.