Ride to Super Bowl 48 in Style
December 25th, 2013 by John Nichols
Super Bowl 48 is being billed as “the first mass transit Super Bowl.” Because less than half of the parking spaces at MetLife Stadium will be available for parking on Super Bowl Sunday, Al Kelly, president and CEO of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee, says at least two-thirds of attendees will need to get there by bus or by train.
Woo-hoo! This means no walk-ups and no drop-offs. Fans who have tickets to the big game can hop on a NJ Transit train from Secaucus Junction to the Meadowlands Rail Station. Or you can pre-buy a ride on the Fan Express, which is picking up passengers at nine locations in New York and New Jersey. Or you can get a stadium parking permit for $150, payable in advance and good for one of the very limited parking spaces available on game day, severely restricted tailgating included.
Or … you can be whisked off to the championship game by private motor coach, part of our fabulous 2014 Super Bowl Travel Packages and Tickets.
Each of Bullseye’s three deluxe hotel packages for the Super Bowl–the Marriott Marquis Times Square, the W New York and The Ameritania–include round trip game day transfers to and from MetLife Stadium by private motor coach.
In addition, Game Day Ticket packages and tickets to Bullseye’s own 2014 Super Bowl Players Ultimate Tailgate Party at Gotham Hall also include Round Trip private motor coach transfers to and from the Super Bowl Championship game.
Now that’s riding to Super Bowl 48 in style!
If you’re planning a trip to Super Bowl 2014 with family, friends or corporate guests, let us make your experience a memorable one. Contact us for information on travel packages, hotel accommodations, Super Bowl tailgate party access and Game Day Tickets!