Las Vegas — a city long linked to the Super Bowl because of the game’s popularity with gamblers — now has an even bigger interest in the NFL championship.

The Las Vegas Raiders recently relocated from Oakland. Their new home — Allegiant Stadium — opens this year.

And the 2020 NFL Draft takes place in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip this April.

All this begs this question: when will Las Vegas host its first Super Bowl?

Delta sure has a curious preoccupation with event tickets.

First, they announced a SkyMiles promotion with Ticketmaster. Now, the airline teamed up with the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers to launch the “Showtime Seat Exchange,” a charitable campaign allowing fans to exchange game tickets for plane tickets.

It’s an interesting concept — and might make sense for other event tickets, too.