Would you pay $25,000 to attend a Super Bowl party?

What if the party offered a meet and great with Adriana Lima and Lily Aldridge? Or a chance to hang with rapper Nelly? Or watch Steven Tyler rock out on stage?

This weekend, thousands will be flocking to Arizona to watch the Patriots and Seahawks duke it out in the Super Bowl; thousands of others are there just to party My latest feature for CNN breaks down the annual gold rush known as Super Bowl Weekend:

Super Bowl XLIX: Final quest for the hottest tickets in town

(CNN)It’s a modern day gold rush.

A trip to Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix will cost even the most discerning fans thousands of dollars, while providing a hefty windfall for business owners riding one of the biggest consumer spending weekends of the year in the U.S.

Victoria’s Secret models hosting $25,000 tables, shady ticket deals, and risky online trading for Super Bowl seats have become as much a part of the annual celebration of America’s favorite sport as the ceremonial opening coin toss.

With so much at stake, many fans won’t be leaving anything to chance in the race to book luxury hotels, limos, and some of the year’s most lavish parties — not to mention, tickets to the big game itself.

As a result, a throwback solution from pre-Internet days has emerged as a winner: the hospitality package deal.

 “It’s a value-add situation,” says Anbritt Stengele, owner of Chicago-based Sports Traveler, who sold out of her few remaining Super Bowl packages last Friday.

Read the entire article on CNN.com here

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One Response to Would you pay $25,000 to attend a Super Bowl party?

  1. radlettblue says:

    Phoenix Open + Superbowl must make for a fantastic weekend, although it looks as if Mr Woods will only be featuring on Thursday & Friday.

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