Super Bowl XLVI Packages: Top Three Choices

If you want to go to Super Bowl XLVI and have at least an extra $2,500 laying around, there are some great packages available that include game tickets, hotel accommodations and the whole Super Bowl VIP experience.

Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana
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NFL on Location is a travel and ticket service, the only official source for Super Bowl packages authorized by the NFL. They also provide travel and event experiences to the Pro Bowl, the NFL's international games and even the NFL Draft. These are complete experiences, with hotel, game tickets and access to all the events and activities surrounding these huge games.

NFL on Location is offering different packages to the 2012 game including tickets, accommodations, and other extras. Here are three of the best choices for Super Bowl packages:

City View

For the best package, fans can pay $7,299 (double occupancy) to watch the game from custom-built club seating behind the North End Zone. Fans get four nights hotel accommodations, along with waiter service at the game. Buyers of this package also get complimentary food and drinks, a Super Bowl gift bag and program and an exclusive post-game on-field experience, which really sounds cool. The City View package is also available as a game-day-only package for $5,999.

White Package

Along with Endzone or Mid-level Corner Seating at Lucas Oil Stadium, fans get the Super Bowl Gameday Hospitality Experience, exclusive stadium entrance and parking pass, a ticket to the NFL experience fan festival event, souvenir program and a $100 stadium merchandise coupon. White Package tickets range from $3,299 to $3,599 and a hotel component is available for about $4,500 per person.

Blue Package

For the cheapest way to see the game and still get the VIP experience, the Blue Package costs from $2,499 to $3,099 for the game-day only experience. The full package with four nights hotel is between $3,349 and $3,949 per person (double occupancy). This package includes the Super Bowl Gameday Hospitality Experience plus a souvenir program and $50 merchandise coupon. Fans also get an exclusive entrance to the stadium and free VIP parking.

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Updated Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012