You may think a marquee event like the Super Bowl is out of your price range, but with the right planning you can get to Dallas and back for the Big Game and not break your bank.But if you’ve got the money … you HAVE to go all out. Jets (the actual flying kind), cars, all the best parties. And don’t forget the front row seats.
Whether you’re a Baller with cash to burn or a huge sports fan on a Budget, here’s your guide to booking an awesome February weekend.
Where to get it: The NFL is offering these tickets first to 'club-seat season ticket holders,' and if they don't sell out, they'll move on to 'regular season ticket holders.'
At least it will be warm in Texas, and you'll still be in the super bowl atmosphere and hear the crowd roar.
Where to get it: Bluestar Jets
- From Green Bay: $12,130
- From Pittsburgh: $13,913
Fly in style on a private jet with a friend to avoid leg cramps and crying babies. We planned our flight from JFK to Dallas, prices could vary.
Where to get it: Cheapflights.com
- From Green Bay: $653
- From Pittsburgh: $731
You might still get that price, if you book NOW. Flying is much better than driving but if that fails, there's always Greyhound...
- From Green Bay: $312 (but it's going to take you 30 hours one way)
- From Pittsburgh: $312 (but it's going to take you 27 hours one way)
Where to get it: W Exotic Car Rentals
You're not going to WALK from Dallas to Arlington. Hop off your private jet and into your Rolls Royce. People will think you're one of the guys playing on Sunday.
Where to get it: Craigslist.com
Pull your Rolls Royce into one of the three garages at this gorgeous mansion. And with an average February temperature of 61 degrees, you may even be able to take a dip in the pool, or at least the hot tub.
Where to get it: Hotels.com
At least it got a 2.8 out of 5 rating! You get a complimentary breakfast, there's coffee in the lobby, and there's even a fitness centre. Only 55 minutes (in traffic!) to Cowboys Stadium.
Where to get it: The tickets are for a pretty exclusive crowd, but you may be able to snag some from Inside Sports and Entertainment Group
Tickets go for $1,750, but you need 10 friends for a private table. So grab some buddies and go to one of the most exclusive parties of the weekend.
Where to buy: The grocery store
There's really nothing like an ice cold beer, friends, and card games.
Where to buy: Moyer Foundation
Not only will you be chowing down on some gourmet food, but all the proceeds from this event go to charity. The money goes to The Moyer Foundation and the Mario Batali Foundation, both helping children in need.
BALLER Super Bowl Weekend: ~$80,500
BUDGET Super Bowl Weekend: ~$1,382
...throw your own party. Buy some mini hot dogs, cheese, and beer and go nuts.
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