New York: If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. And to afford any of these super expensive, over-the-top packages on offer for Super Bowl XLVIII, you better have made it indeed. The cheapest starts at $40,000 per person.
|$40K -- Goviva Big Playa|
Count on spending a minimum of $80,000 on this one, unless you want to see the game alone. Included in this package offered by Goviva is accommodations at two bedroom private residence at the St. Regis Hotel overlooking Central Park; club-level 50-yard line seating or luxury suite seating; a Friday night dinner with celebrity chef Amanda Freitag (judge from popular show Chopped) or Harold Dieterle (Top Chef winner); limousine to and from the airport; limousine for the entire weekend and to and from the game; passes to the ESPN party on Friday night; passes to “Sail-Gate” with Carl Banks and Amanda Freitag; a yacht cruise around Manhattan on Saturday night; passes to the Maxim Party on Saturday night and passes to the NFL official tailgate at the Izod Center prior to the game on Sunday.
|$100k+ -- G6 Tricked Out Jet|
Starting at 100k, private jet company No Limit Air will provide you with a G-650 (Oprah has one) outfitted for your favorite team with private chef Andy Choi, chef de cuisine at the legendary Le Cirque cooking up treats from your team’s hometown (Rocky Mountain oysters, Broncos fans?); flight attendants dressed as your team’s cheerleaders; cabin outfitted in your team’s gear/decorations; helicopter transportation from Teterboro upon landing and door-to-door chauffeur service with private security detail. No Limit Air has one of only two G6s available for private charter in the U.S. Tickets? You'll have to get those on your own.
|$120k -- Super Bowl Vacation Dream Home|
Hotels prices are at a premium in New Jersey over Super Bowl weekend and football fanatics are scrambling to find alternative accommodations, including rental homes. This six-bed, five-bath house is 8,200 square feet and on offer for $120k for the week. The home sleeps 14, had 10 flat-screen TVs, comes with a private chef, daily maid service and also has a gym. It’s in North Caldwell, N.J., 15 miles from the stadium. The "Super Bowl Vacation Dream Home" is being offered on HomeAway.com, a vacation home rental web site. You'll need to score the actual game tickets on your own.
|$635k -- Hertz Five Star Experience at Super Bowl XLVIII|
Looking for 29 life-long friends? You can buy your way into their hearts if you have $635,000 to spend. The Hertz Five Star Experience at Super Bowl XLVIII by Red Hot Seats includes, among other things, 30 tickets in a Level 5 Suite at MetLife Stadium. Along with the tickets, you'll get transportation by first-class jet for all party members and vehicle transportation to and from the stadium. The suite is fully catered and includes a $1,300 top-shelf beverage credit for the group. What you thought it was open bar?
The 'Hertz Five Star' suite allows party members to view the game from both indoors through glass and outdoors from a balcony. It overlooks both the Chase Club and Lexus Club, and allows for direct access to both Clubs. This five star suite is the largest by square footage in MetLife Stadium and features four flat panel TVs, 22" theater-style seating, high-speed wireless Internet access and independent climate control.