Panthers, Greg Hardy and Super Bowl Gaffes

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An arm and a leg: that’s how much you can expect to spend on a trip to Super Bowl 50! Here in Charlotte, travel packages for Super Bowl 50 are going fast, with some even paying $7,000 for a one-day trip to Santa Clara and back, something Mann Travels manager Roni Fishkin says is worth it.

“It was changing constantly—pricing, availability,” said Fishkin. “But when you have a bucket list opportunity like going to the Super Bowl, sometimes money isn’t an object because people want to make memories with their families, and this is a great way to do it.”

According to ticket price tracker Seat Geek, the average resale price of a ticket is $5,178. That’s on pace to break a Super Bowl record.

So what about you? What’s the most you would spend on a trip to the Super Bowl?


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