Flemming's sentence looks very odd to me. I'd use this version: I'll get you a ticket to/for the Super Bowl.
"Get" here mean "buy" or "acquire". Perhaps the speaker intends to buy a ticket for the listener. Perhaps the speaker has a friend who will give him free tickets. Then he will give one to the listener.
A "ticket to" something is the same as a "ticket for" something, PSJ: a ticket to/for a rock concert = an admission ticket to that rock concert. Using this ticket, a person can go through the gate and see/hear the concert.