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On Location launches Super Bowl hospitality packages

Fans of the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals will have to pay almost $6,000 (£4,400/€5,321) for an official hospitality package from On Location if they want to see their team’s first Super Bowl appearance in more than 30 years.

Premium hospitality company On Location is the official hospitality partner of the NFL and has launched its Bengals packages, which start at $5,951 per person.

Los Angeles Rams fans are also subjected to the same price, with the Super Bowl being held at the home of the franchise, SoFi Stadium. The Rams are not considered the home team however, due to being NFC Champions.

The cheapest $5,951 package can include pre-game hospitality, NFL legend appearances, live entertainment, elevated tailgate fare, a full open bar, photo opportunities and an exclusive commemorative game ticket, which will be sent out following the event. Travel packages start at the $7,920 mark.

The Rams have also advised fans that if they would like to purchase an individual verified resale ticket, they should head to Ticketmaster. Verified resale tickets currently sit at around $5,400 each for the cheapest seat.

Club 67 packages can be as much as $25,500 while On the Fifty packages will set you back a whopping $36,126 according to the listing. Although prices vary, this is reportedly over $1,000 more expensive than previous deals in previous years.

The 56th Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 13, with the Rams chasing a second Super Bowl win and the Bengals aiming for a historic first victory.

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