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2022
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Metrolink Providing Discounted Tickets to Super Bowl Experience at LA Convention Center

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Los Angeles – Metrolink has teamed up with the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowes to offer fans across southern California an $8 Metrolink Super Bowl Experience Ticket. Fans are encouraged to leave their cars behind and take public transportation to the interactive football theme park at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

“Metrolink is excited the City of Los Angeles is hosting the Super Bowl Experience as our very own Rams prepare to win the Super Bowl,” Metrolink CEO Darren Kettle said. “Providing a discounted fare to the Super Bowl Experience allows fans a reasonable, safe and easy way to get to the festival and allows Metrolink to be a part of the celebration.”

The Metrolink Super Bowl Experience Ticket is exclusively available on the Metrolink app and is valid for all-day travel from anywhere on the Metrolink system to and from Los Angeles Union Station. The Metrolink Super Bowl Experience Ticket includes a free transfer to Metro bus and light rail connections that can take you right to the Convention Center.

The ticket was first offered this past weekend and is again available on Metrolink’s mobile app today, tomorrow and Saturday, Feb. 10, 11 and 12. The Metrolink ticket does not include admission to the event.

The Super Bowl Experience offers fans the opportunity to get autographs from current NFL players and legends, participate in games and attractions, and shop NFL merchandise. For more information about the ticket and the Super Bowl Experience, go to metrolinktrains.com.

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About Metrolink (metrolinktrains.com)

Metrolink is southern California's regional passenger rail service providing reliable, safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation that connects people, communities and businesses to greater opportunity. The Agency’s 538 miles of track and 62 stations across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura counties serve as an essential link in the region’s mobility network, enabling people to connect to their jobs and explore all that the region has to offer. Prior to the pandemic, Metrolink had nearly 12 million annual boardings from people who choose to ride the train to avoid gridlock, removing an estimated 9.3 million vehicles from the roads and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 130,000 metric tons each year with its fleet of Tier 4 locomotives.