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Super Bowl 2024: Inside Allegiant Stadium’s luxury suites that will host Taylor Swift and the stars on Sunday… with guests paying up to $2.5MILLION for wagyu beef hot dogs, unlimited alcohol and the best seats in the house

A Super Bowl in Las Vegas promises to be a star-studded occasion and it will undoubtedly be littered with an array of famous faces to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers go to battle.

Housing those big-spending stars – which will likely include Taylor Swift – will be the exclusive and luxurious suites dotted around Allegiant Stadium.

Swift is probably the most high-profile guest set to attend the game as she prepares to fly across the globe from Japan to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce in action.

As of now, hospitality provider Suite Experience Group still has three tiers of suite available. They range in price from $180,000 for four tickets to $1.8million for 20 tickets, although those prices have dropped in recent days as the game approaches and at one point were as high as $2.5m.

The suites in Las Vegas are so expensive that the mother of Christian McCaffrey – the 49ers’ star running back – joked last week that he and fiancee Olivia Culpo couldn’t even afford one, despite earning $11.8million this year.

Players’ families and fans are spending huge amounts of money for a suite at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas on Sunday

Not only do suites boast an array of food and drink options and grant guests privacy, they also have the best seats in the house

Not only do suites boast an array of food and drink options and grant guests privacy, they also have the best seats in the house

The former Miss Universe winner and social media star later squashed those rumors by announcing she’d bought a suite for his mom for her birthday. The price she paid and type of suite she went for were not disclosed.    

The most expensive luxury box at Allegiant Stadium is the Traditional Suites, which it appears are mostly sold out apart from one still up for sale on Suitehop.com for $1.25million – more than 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy’s salary this season.

These suites can accommodate between up to 22 guests, meaning they are perfect for players’ family members and loved ones on Sunday.

It is not possible this is one of the suites reserved for the Kelce gang with Swift expected to be joined by at least Jason Kelce and his parents – Ed and Donna. 

They are located just above the lower level concourse and have comfy stadium-style seating for guests to watch the game on an open-air balcony.

As well as the best seats in the house, they also have a private lounge area with a bar, kitchenette and bathroom so you don’t have to leave the suite all night if you don’t want to. 

Guests can enjoy unlimited food, drinks and alcohol before, during and after the game and some of the dining options on show are pretty spectacular.

Those who have paid big money for a suite will be treated to an array of dining options to keep them occupied throughout

Those who have paid big money for a suite will be treated to an array of dining options to keep them occupied throughout

One reporter was given access to the most expensive suite and filmed the variety of food that will be served at the Super Bowl

The menu includes surf and turf nachos and a wagyu beef hotdog among plenty of other dishes

One reporter was given access to the most expensive suite and filmed the variety of food that will be served at the Super Bowl

Footage from inside one of the suites that was set up for game day captured by Luke Sawhook and posted on social media shows the treats that awaits anyone who’s paid handsomely for the privilege.

On the extensive menu is a wagyu beef hotdog, BBQ burnt end burrito, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, a glazed donut Super Bowl sundae, carne asada fries, a seafood stuffed potato, surf and turf nachos and frozen cheesecake.

The tier below that is the Owner’s Club Suites – which are found in the middle tier of the stadium and run the entire length of the sideline and can house 16 to 20 people per suite.

Similarly to the Traditional Suites, the Owner’s Club Suites boast their own bar area, kitchenette, and bathroom. It also comes with two parking passes so guests can drive right up to the stadium door if they wish.

These are currently available for $64,000 per ticket or $1.8m for the entire suite. 

Finally, the cheapest suite available for the Super Bowl on Sunday is a Premium Loge. These tend to be reserved by smaller groups – typically from two to four people – who are looking for a VIP experience. 

For those wanting to sit inside during the game, most of the suites have comfortable lounge areas to watch on a big screen

For those wanting to sit inside during the game, most of the suites have comfortable lounge areas to watch on a big screen

The concourses around the suites will be littered with celebrities and famous faces at Sunday's huge showdown

The concourses around the suites will be littered with celebrities and famous faces at Sunday’s huge showdown

Around the vast amount of suites at Allegiant Stadium there are big bar areas for everyone to congregate in during the game

Around the vast amount of suites at Allegiant Stadium there are big bar areas for everyone to congregate in during the game

Also located along the sideline, they have four stadium-style seats that come with their own TVs to ensure guests don’t miss a single second of the action on the field.

Fans are once again able to call on unlimited food and non-alcoholic beverages, with alcohol available for purchase.

With the NFL’s title game in Las Vegas for the first time, combined with the Taylor Swift effect on the Chiefs side and the 49ers’ West Coast fandom, ticket prices are at a record level for Super Bowl LVIII.

According to ticket aggregator TicketIQ , the average secondary ticket market list pricing reached a record $10,752. 

Tickets for Super Bowl LV (2020) in Tampa, Florida went for a higher number but the pandemic limited capacity to just 25,000.

Average prices for Super Bowl LVIII were at one point a record $9,815 on online marketplace TickPick, an increase of 70 percent over last year’s title game, Front Office Sports reported. The biggest purchase thus far on TickPick was for six tickets in Section 336, Row 7 for an eye-watering $14,810 a ticket ($88,860 total). 

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