7 Things to know if You’re Traveling to Super Bowl LVII

Check out these tips if you’ve booked one of our Super Bowl packages!

The Super Bowl is, without a doubt, one of the most high-profile sporting events held each year. With millions watching from home, it’s always a spectacle that is sure to excite and thrill the world.

If you’ve purchased one of our Super Bowl packages, congratulations! You’re in for a treat. This season’s ups and downs have proven that no matter who wins the final showdown, it’s sure to be a great game!

Now that you have your tickets, what next? Here are some of our top tips and things to know before traveling to this year’s Super Bowl.

  1. It’s going to be a busy weekend
  2. No really, it’s going to be VERY busy!
  3. Double check your restaurant reservations
  4. Pack and plan for the climate
  5. Know the bag policies at the event center
  6. Check out other things to do in Arizona
  7. Get ready for your next Super Bowl package for 2024!

Ready to kick off your adventure? Read on to learn more about our 2023 Super Bowl packages!

It’s going to be a busy weekend

The Super Bowl attracts, on average, 60,000 to 80,000 spectators inside the venue each year. That’s a lot of people, and it doesn’t count the fans that are just tailgating or even the event staff and crews needed to pull off such a large production. It’s a big deal! Be prepared for increased traffic and allow yourself plenty of time to get to and from each venue.

No really, it’s going to be VERY busy!

If the Super Bowl alone wasn’t enough for you, the Waste Management Phoenix Open is going on the exact same weekend! This means two things; one, the Phoenix metro is going to be bursting with excitement, events, and people that weekend, so things can get crowded, and two, if you haven’t already, consider adding a day at the WM Open to your Super Bowl packages!

Double-check your restaurant reservations

Hopefully, you’ve had any restaurant reservations for Super Bowl weekend made for a while now (or better yet, you had our team make them for you). Because reservations are going to be hard to come by this weekend, especially for large groups, we recommend double-checking the details before you go.  If you are still in need of restaurant reservations for your group, we’re happy to help as much as we can. But with two major events taking place in one location, you may have to temper your expectations or come up with a Plan B at this point!

Pack and plan for the climate

The Super Bowl this year is in Arizona in February, which has an average temperature of 61°F degrees for that time of year. It can be as cool as 50°F or as warm as 70°F, but you’ll know a bit closer to the event weekend what to expect. Pack for your comfort level and bring layering options — the roof at State Farm Stadium can be opened or closed, so depending on what they decide to do, you could be a bit warm or chilly!

Know the bag policies at the event center

At this venue, they recommend not bringing a bag at all, but they do mandate that any bags are 12x6x12 inches or smaller. Other stadiums or venues are different, so if you’re checking on this for a different venue or for future Super Bowl packages, check out this blog for more tips and tricks on bag policies.

Check out other things to do in Arizona

Don’t let the end of the Super Bowl be the end of your fun! There are plenty of great things to do outside of your group’s Super Bowl packages; check out a day at the Waste Management Open, go for a golf day of your own, visit a brewery or distillery, or check out this list of things to do in Phoenix.

Get ready for your next Super Bowl packages for 2024!

The Super Bowl is such an iconic and exciting event that packages tend to go quickly. Once the celebration has died down, make sure to get on the waitlist to be notified as soon as the 2024 Super Bowl packages are available! We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII.

To reserve your spot at the 2024 Super Bowl, contact our team today!

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