The CBS daytime talk show, "The Talk," is offering viewers the chance to win free tickets to the Super Bowl in New Orleans, La., according to an announcement made live on "The Talk" and in a Jan. 3 2013 press release from CBS Television Network. "Super Bowl XLVII," which is being held on Feb. 2, 2013, will be broadcast live on CBS Television Network.
"The Talk" is offering two lucky fans the chance to enjoy the Super Bowl action in person. The Super Bowl is the NFL's most highly anticipated football game of the season.
Fans have a chance to win the tickets to the big game in the Big Easy by entering "The Talk's" "Reserve You Seat" Sweepstakes." For a chance to win a trip to New Orleans and tickets to the Super Bowl, to be broadcast on the CBS Television Network on Sunday, Feb. 3, fans can enter the "Reserve Your Seat" sweepstakes by logging on to TheTalk.com/SBSeatsSweeps. Once logged in, fans register then click the tweet button #SBSeats, which provides automatic entry and posts contest messaging on their Twitter account. The sweepstakes closes on Jan. 13
CBS will be covering the big game for the entire week proceeding the game, the game itself and after the game analysis. Super Bowl XLVII will be broadcast live on CBS Television Network on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013.
"The Talk" will kick off a week of live shows in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 28 - Friday, Feb. 1 (2-3 p.m., ET /1-2 p.m., CT/PT), leading up to CBS Sports' coverage of Super Bowl XLVII to be broadcast on the CBS Television Network. The show's co-hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler will shoot a week of shows originating from CBS Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square in the historic French Quarter of "The Big Easy," featuring celebrity guests and highlighting the flavor of New Orleans with musical guests and local cuisine.
CBS will broadcast a number of shows during the week proceeding and on the day of the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl coverage from Jackson Square in the French Quarter will include: "Super Bowl Today," "Super Bowl Live," "Inside the Super Bowl," "CBS This Morning" (Thursday-Saturday), "CBS Evening News," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (Feb. 3), "NFL Monday QB," "ROME" with Jim Rome Monday-Friday), "Lead Off" – CBS Sports Network’s new late night show, "Inside the NFL" on Showtime (Wednesday), "Eye on Pro Football in New Orleans" on CBSSports.com , "OMG! Insider" with Kevin Frazier (all week), CBS Sports Radio (all week) and coverage by CBS local affiliates.