CATONSVILLE, Md. - His first stop is Liberty Travel in Catonsville, and David Dileo and his brother have set their sights on the Super Bowl.
"As soon as they won the game, we decided."
"How much are you willing to spend?"
"Well, I don't know."
If you want someone who can score you a flight, a ticket and a hotel room, Team Leader Cyndi Eicholtz knows what it will cost you.
"It looks like one of the major sports companies still has space and, like I said, it's $6,000-7,000 a person, tickets included, so if price is not an object, you can go."
If you don’t mind sharing a room with three other people in Biloxi, Mississippi, you can cut that down to a measly $5,300 each.
Let’s get real.
What about people willing to seek out their own deal to shave a few dollars or a few hundred or even a few thousand off the price?
"If you're trying to piece it together yourself, there is really nothing in the New Orleans area. I've looked and you've got to go about an hour and thirty minutes out to get a hotel," said Eicholtz.
Those rooms are $359 a night, game tickets on Stub Hub start at $2,100 and then of course, there’s finding a flight.
"Since we've started this morning, the air fare to go on the premium dates... the 1st to the 4th... already sold out on Southwest and it's very limited on the other carriers."
You sure you wouldn’t rather beach in in Mexico, Costa Rica or Belize?
If the answer is still ‘no’, you better act fast because your shot at going to this Super Bowl is going to be here and gone super fast.
"I would guess in the next 24 hours, it's either do or die. You either get it or you don't."
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