How Super Bowl tickets are dispersed by the NFL

Giants running back David Wilson and Jets running

Giants running back David Wilson and Jets running back Joe McKnight (not pictured) were on hand for the presentation of the MetLife Stadium snow globe. Photo Credit: Handout

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The Giants officially lost out on the opportunity to become the first team to host and play in the Super Bowl after its loss on Sunday.

But, hey, the Giants will get still 3.1 percent of the tickets for Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, 2014, in MetLife Stadium.

Here's a look at the ticket breakdown for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium, which lists its capacity at 82,566:

NFL league office: 25.2 percent

AFC champion: 17.5 percent

NFC champion: 17.5 percent

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Giants: 3.1 percent

Jets: 3.1 percent

Other 28 teams: 1.2 percent each (total: 33.6 percent)

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