Super Bowl Ticket Packages

Discussion in 'Vacations' started by mitraveler, Jan 28, 2012.

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  1. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    The big game is coming soon! I know that tickets are really pricey, but it would be so cool! What do you recommend for Super Bowl ticket packages?
     
  2. wanderer

    wanderer Moderator

    Prepare to pay a lot. Tickets are going upwards of $1,000 a piece. If you want to just hang out and soak in the atmosphere, there's a ton of fun going on in Indianapolis this week. Super Bowl Village is going on right now, and it's packed with live entertainment and fun. You can find out details at Indianapolissuperbowl.com.

    One more thing: You could look to the hotels for the best Super Bowl package to see if they have any last minute openings available. The Indianapolis hotels are really gearing up for the big game.
     
  3. Quesera

    Quesera New Member

    Costco has Super Bowl Travel Packages for sale

    Costco now has Super Bowl Travel Packages for sale, starting at $2,999 for one ticket which sits you at the upper-level end zone. You also get to attend the pre-game Super Bowl party at the at Indiana State Museum where the AFC Championship Lamar Hunt trophy and Super Bowl Champions Vince Lombardi trophy will be on display.
     
  4. waxtaylor

    waxtaylor New Member

    Super Bowl Ticket Packages worth it?

    No. I love the Super Bowl but who really has tens of thousands of dollars to get the great seats? I'd rather be watching at home with my friends than pay hundreds of $$ for a seat. Also, why is the Super Bowl hosted in Indy? it's a pain to get in and out of that city...
     
  5. talesofthe

    talesofthe New Member

    driving during the Super Bowl

    If you’re driving in downtown Indianapolis between January 27 and February 5, 2012, turn your GPS off. It won’t get you where you want to go. Due to the increased volume of visitors and activities, there will be traffic restrictions throughout the downtown area. Many one-way streets will become two-way, and some streets will be completely closed off to traffic.
     
  6. willbeP

    willbeP New Member

    Super Bowl cheap tickets

    anyone knows where to get cheap tickets on the black market or any other legal ways to get a ticket? How much should I expect to pay for the cheapest ticket? Do all seats in the stadium give a good non restricted view despite how close or far from the action they are? thanks:)
     
  7. moviemagic1

    moviemagic1 New Member

    Re: Super Bowl cheap tickets

    I'd get my tickets through StubHub...the cheapest ticket listed there right now is about $2000, which is not bad. The upper deck seats are the most expensive seats, though the other seats in the stadium aren't that much cheaper. The thing you have to remember about the Super Bowl is that an extravaganza event so the people behind it are looking to cash in as much as possible.

     
  8. Maliagginii

    Maliagginii New Member

    plan for 2013's bowl

    If you really want to go to the super bowl, your best chance might be to spend a fortune on a package that includes tickets & lodging because there are zero hotels available within the city proper. People have being booking hotels and tickets since last year...i think you better plan for 2013's bowl
     
  9. wanderer

    wanderer Moderator

    My dad's best friend just sold his tickets for $5,000 for two. He paid $1,800 for the set. I think the secondary market is over $1,000 a ticket right now. Crazy!
     

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