Going to Super Bowl XLV is definitely not cheap, but we show you how to do it "on the cheap" and how to go all out for Super Bowl XLV if money is not an issue.
Super Bowl XLV Tickets: 50-Yard Line Row 3 - $11,603/ticket
These are the best seats available and provide the best view in the house. It's almost like you are on the sidelines.
Sit outside the stadium and watch the game on giant outdoor HD TVs for $200/ticket.
Or if you want to get in the stadium to watch the game...
Super Bowl XLV Tickets: Section 345A - $2,614/ticket – The view might not be great but at least you’re in the stadium.
Private Jet – There’s not much else to say here, it’s a private jet! Fly to and from the game on your own schedule.
Milwaukee $11,166 Round Trip – Up to six Passengers
Green Bay $12,048 Round Trip – Up to six Passengers
Pittsburgh $13,792 Round Trip – Up to six Passengers
One Stop Economy – Milwaukee (MKE) to Dallas (DFW) - $675/ticket on AirTran
One Stop Economy – Green Bay (GRB) to Dallas (DFW) - $1,149/ticket on American Airlines
One Stop Economy – Pittsburgh (PIT) to Dallas (DFW) - $950 on AirTran
Suite at The Adolphus Hotel - $455/night
Stay at one of the most beautiful hotels in Dallas. Complimentary Wi-Fi, access to the fitness center, full service concierge, award winning restaurants, etc.
3-Star Hotel - $126/night
It's a place to sleep with a warm bed and housekeeping. You might want to bring some hand sanitizer and your own set of sheets.
French Room - $145/person
The French Room gets 5-star reviews from just about every website and is the consensus best restaurant in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop - $10/person
Fuzzy’s claims to have “The greatest Mexican food North of the Rio Grande” and for ten bucks a person none the less.
Limo - $132/person
Pop champagne in the back of the limo as you roll into the game in style.
Walk to the game.
Well, it's free and good exercise to work off all of the tacos and cheap beer.