<b>Super Bowl Frenzy:</b> Expensive Tickets, Flights


Super Bowl Frenzy: Expensive Tickets, Flights

By Jodi Becker, Jay Sorgi and the Associated Press

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MILWAUKEE - If you want to try to get to Super Bowl XVL, it will be expensive.

Funjet is among the companies offering flights from Milwaukee and Green Bay to Dallas for the big game.

Funjet's new flights leave the Friday before the game and come back on Monday, Feb. 7th.

The cost: $1,000.

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Local travel agents say that packages including flight, hotel and game tickets will run at least $5,200, and much more if you want prime seats.

Josh Anderson, manager of Ticket King near Lambeau Field, says they've already sold four or five dozen tickets from Sunday night to late Monday morning.

He expects to at least triple his normal Super Bowl sales.

He says the cheapest tickets are $2,750 for the upper corner of the end zone, but they've mostly sold tickets between $3,000 and $4,000. He says the prices are so far in line with other years.

Some people were able to find flights for less than $1,000 by flying out of Chicago or into Austin.





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