Few sporting events bring in the high-end clientele like the Super Bowl does. Anyone from musicians to actors or other athletes are known to be spotted at the culmination of the NFL season. And with this type of audience, no expense is spared to make the Super Bowl experience worthwhile.
With Super Bowl XLVIII, being held at MetLife Stadium in Rutherford quickly approaching, and ticket prices staring to skyrocket, many companies are beginning to introduce luxury travel packages that include tickets to the game for those who are willing to spend a pretty penny. "We know people want to go all out when they go to the Super Bowl," said Grant Casstevens, CEO of AOA Enterprises, a luxury lifestyle acquisitions company based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
For close to $40,000, through AOA Enterprises who has teamed up with Majestic Jets to put together these luxury Super Bowl packages, you can be privately flown into the exclusive Morristown Municipal Airport, and then driven to the game itself in your choice of top of the line automobiles, with deluxe hotel accommodations to follow.
“It’s the biggest time of the year for sports,” said Jason Good, also of AOA Enterprises, “and our clients love to play.” With less than 90 days until the Super Bowl, companies like AOA Enterprises are already booking people for these extravagant weekend packages.
With the draw of sight-seeing attraction New York City being close to MetLife Stadium, and being the first ever outdoor, cold weather environment Super Bowl in NFL History, Super Bowl XLVIII is sure to be one to remember. Luxury package purchaser Dwight Pullum will be shelling out thousands of dollars to make the most out of his Super Bowl experience. "I'm going to take it all in. It's going to be the best Super Bowl ever for me," said Pullum, in an interview with Fox 5 New York Reporter Dan Bowens, which was conducted in the Rolls Royce Phantom that Pullum and his family will be escorted to the game in. Pullum went on to say “Whose worried about the cold weather when you ride like this?”
Morristown Municipal Airport and Hightstown, New Jersey Company Noble Limo expect to be busy in the days leading up to the Super Bowl, but at the price which customers will be paying, it will be well worth it. Transportation for the weekend is estimated to reach up to $1,000 per day.
Super Bowl XLVIII will be played on February 2, 2014.