Let’s get real: you’re probably never going to make it to the Super Bowl (unless you are an NFL player or prospective NFL player reading this). But what about the next best thing? Good news, if you ever dreamed about going to Vegas with the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl weekend, the team has you covered.
Thanks to the Chiefs and On Location, you could snag an official package to the party of the year with “guaranteed seats, epic pregame parties,” and more, according to a tweet from the team. And there are actually a few different tiers of how much you can party – though as you might imagine, it’ll set you back a pretty penny. Specifically, anywhere between $2,000 to $21,000.
And no, there is no “you get to watch while Travis and Taylor smooch” tier. Sorry.
That said, this is a pretty good deal if you have the money and any interest in attending the Big Game. So let’s break it down, per the Kansas City Star.
Gameday Ticket Package
The lowest tier is the Gameday Ticket Package, which includes a ticket to the game, a Super Bowl Experience at the Mandalay Bay, all-inclusive tailgate fare and open bar, a DJ, and more. It does not include hotel or airfare, and as of this writing starts at just over $7,000, and goes all the way up to nearly $21,000.
All-Inclusive Travel Packages
Looking to actually have somewhere to sleep in Vegas? Good news, there are several packages for that. Currently, there are two packages available, either at the Paris Las Vegas, or Conrad Las Vegas, and they’re going quickly.
These packages both include a ticket to the game, a three night stay at the hotel (February 9 through February 12, 2024), roundtrip airfare, a hangout at the official fan pregame kickoff, a Chiefs takeover with Jamaal Charles, and concierge services.
Currently, the Paris Las Vegas goes as low as $11,640 per person, up to $13,285 per person.
Meanwhile, the Conrad starts at $11,825 per person, and goes up to $15,580 per person.
Hotel & Takeover Only
Let’s say you want all the frills, but no main event. Great news, there are also two packages available where you don’t get a ticket to the Super Bowl. You still get a three night stay in one of the hotels above, the Chiefs takeover with Jamaal Charles, concierge services, and a severe feeling of FOMO as you see everyone else heading into the stadium while you watch the game in a bar on a TV. That last part is free of charge, by the way.
These packages are still not what I would call “cheap” but they are “cheaper.” The Paris runs from $1,420 per person to $3,050. The Conrad is $2,175 to $6,055.
The DIY Option
So there you go! The other option is to cobble together your own package, as there is airfare and hotels are still available. But, you know, if you’ve got the cash, why not take the guesswork out of it, and just get ready for some footbaaaaaaall.