The big game may not be until Feb. 4, 2018, but attending Super Bowl LII takes some advance planning. This year, hosted at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., football families prepare to grab their gear, get tickets and venture to the stadium — with 60,000-plus fellow fans.
The National Football League’s official hospitality partner, On Location Experiences offers a complete package for football fans and families. Tickets to this year’s game are available for purchase at nflonlocation.com in a variety of travel packages. From platinum to all-inclusive, fans enjoy access to exclusive parties, lounges and dining options during their trip.
Gold plus-level fans sit in club-level seats after enjoying their all-inclusive pre-game party. Platinum-level fans receive the same access and seating level, but with the admission to the Delta Sky360° Club during the game and post-game field access. Take advantage of the pre-game party at the Armory with silver and bronze packages, or opt for the gold level and enjoy breaks during the game with the Buffalo Wild Wings Club.
The ultimate package for die-hard fans looking for VIP treatment and exclusive travel deals opt for the all-inclusive package. The all-access pass provides 100–300-level seating, an all-inclusive pre-game party, hotel accommodations for three nights, Super Bowl week event access and ground transportation.
The Super Bowl may draws fan from all over looking for a weekend athletic competition, tailgating and parties, but don’t forget about the family fun, nightlife and musical performances. OLE provides interactive pre-game parties, cuisine prepared by celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern and live entertainment.
Check out NFL On Location’s site for more information, travel packages and deals for families. Platinum Plus may have already sold out, but remaining packages range $6,299–13,500.
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