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Michael Conroy, Associated Press
A section of the street that runs in front of Lucas Oil Stadium is temporarlity renamed Patriots Path, as preparations continue for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, Monday, Jan. 23, 2012. The Patriots are scheduled to face the New York Giants on Feb. 5 in the NFL football championship game.

INDIANAPOLIS — Super Bowl organizers are putting the finishing touches on the seating at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Just don't expect another super snafu.

The league has installed all 254 temporary seats in the north end zone that it had planned for. Organizers are still discussing adding a few padded seats to extended camera platforms, a few seats in suites and determining how many media seats will be needed in auxiliary seating.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy says the actual capacity will be approximately 68,000 -- the same total the league decided on in March. No additional tickets will be available to the public.

Last year, the NFL ran out of seats for all the ticketed fans in Dallas. Some are expected to attend the Feb. 5 game between New England and the New York Giants.