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NFL Super Bowl Travel Packages

February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona

Build your very own Super Bowl Travel Package with On Point Events

Date: February 12, 2023
Location: State Farm Stadium – Glendale, AZ

The Super Bowl is one of the most popular sporting events in the United States. It takes place every year and is where the champion team of the NFL (National Football League) is decided. Broadcasted in more than 170 countries, the Super Bowl causes heaps of fans to gather around their TV sets. Its extravagant halftime shows and celebrity performers add to its appeal and is also why it is one of the most-watched sporting events in the world. It’s so popular that it has even become a de facto national holiday. After over 50 years of existence, the Super Bowl has become a legendary symbol of American culture.

Build your own Super Bowl Travel Package

 
  • Your choice of 3 or 4 night deluxe and luxury hotel accommodations of your choice in Glendale, AZ.
  • Secure and direct round-trip private ground transportation to your hotel
  • Access to exclusive “by invitation only” events on Friday and Saturday night- From NFL award shows and private dinners to all night VIP parties… we have something for everyone!
  • Admission to The Super Bowl Pre-Game Experience! Featuring NFL Legends, celebrity chefs, entertainment, premium open bar, and exquisite food
  • Official tickets to Super Bowl LVII (all sections available)
  • Private dedicated transportation throughout the weekend
  • Pre-trip planning services, customized travel itinerary, & informational event packet
  • Access to On Point hospitality staff & concierge services throughout your sII

Additional Upgrades Include:

  • Access to Friday and/or Saturday VIP Super Bowl parties
  • Sunday tailgating experience
  • Private half-day/full-day city tours and excursions
  • Additional hotel nights or room upgrades
  • Airport meet and greets
  • Private transportation (sedan, SUV, limousine)
  • Private Jet Charter Services

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Luxury Accommodations for The Super Bowl

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The Phoenician

The Phoenician, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scottsdale: This luxury Phoenix resort boasts 9 swimming pools, a golf course, a wellness spa and 8 restaurants. Guest rooms include a private patio or balcony.

Upscale Italian cuisine at Il Terrazo and modern interpretations of American comfort food at Relish Burger Bistro are just 3 of the dining options at The Phoenician. Poolside, golf course and in-room dining are available as well as a traditional English afternoon tea served daily in the resort lobby.

Shopping and dining in Old Town Scottsdale is less than 3.2 km away. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is 12.9 km away from The Phoenician Resort.

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AC Hotel Marriott Biltmore

AC Hotel Marriott Biltmore: AC Hotel by Marriott Phoenix Biltmore is located in Camelback East, a neighborhood in Phoenix, and is next to a golf course and near the airport. Arizona State Capitol and Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium are cultural highlights, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit Old Town. 

Preferred Seating for The Super Bowl

Statefarm Stadium

State Farm Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Glendale, Arizona, United States, west of Phoenix. It is the home of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League and the annual Fiesta Bowl. State Farm Stadium replaced Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe as the home of the NFL Cardinals

Need a customized Super Bowl Travel Package? Speak with an On Point Experience Specialist to help you make it unforgettable

Sample Itinerary for the Ultimate Super Bowl Travel Package

This is just a preview of what we can help you build your experience to be. Contact us for additional options and customization.

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The 2023 Super Bowl in Glendale

The 2023 Super Bowl will be played at Statefarm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12, 2023. Super Bowl LVII will be the 57th edition of this iconic championship and will be the fourth time for the Phoenix metropolitan area to acts as host city. 

The Phoenix Metropolitan Area – also the Valley of the Sun, the Salt River Valley, or Metro Phoenix (known by most locals simply as “the Valley”) – is the largest metropolitan area in the Southwestern United States, centered on the city of Phoenix, that includes much of the central part of Arizona. This also includes Mesa, Scottsdale, and the stadium location of Glendale.

History of the Super Bowl

The NFL was officially formed in 1920, but the Super Bowl didn’t materialize until more than 40 years later. In 1960, some entrepreneurs wanted to own football franchises, but when denied by the NFL, they decided to start a substitute league named as the American Football League (AFL).

For years, the NFL and AFL were gridiron rivals, contending for fans, players, and support. Then, in 1966, owners agreed to a negotiation that would finally merge the leagues by 1970.

The first Super Bowl, which starred the AFL and NFL champions, took place in 1966 and was originally called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” Thinking the name was not catchy enough, the AFL Kansas City Chief’s owner, Lamar Hunt, suggested using the term “Super Bowl” to refer to the championship game.

After merging, the NFL split into two main conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). The victors of each now compete for the championship in the Super Bowl.

While others might consider the Super Bowl as “just a game,” fans consider it as a unique, shared experience in American culture. The event merges sports, music, and advertising into one extreme extravaganza. 

Super Bowl Fun Facts

 
  • The Green Bay Packers won the first two championships. To honor their coach, the champion team receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after him.
  • Because the football season runs into two calendar years, Roman numerals are used to identify each Super Bowl.
  • The Super Bowl venue varies each year and no team has ever competed in its home stadium.
  • “Super Sick Monday” usually comes after the big game. Nearly 14 million Americans are expected to call in sick the day after the championship.

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