The 2020 Super Bowl LIV matchups is just a matter of hours from being set — which means it’s almost time to solidify your plans for Miami and a Super Bowl weekend trip of a lifetime! Here’s a few things to remember when packing and planning for Super Bowl weekend at Super Bowl 54:
Super Bowl 54 is in the always beautiful Miami, Florida, which means Super Bowl weekend guests should prepare for the elements — beautiful, sometimes humid, often rainy weather. Early forecasts are calling for a mild-and-potentially-wet Super Bowl weekend the MIA, so make sure you pack comfortable clothes, prepare for both dry and wet weather situations, and bring that rain jacket.
Be a Fan!
Unless you’re going to the Super Bowl strictly to see Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, you’re going to need your gear. And whether you’re a face-painting, shirtless, hair-dyed super fan, or just an every day, jersey-sporting loyal “true blue,” there is no better place and time to represent your team than Super Bowl weekend.
When you’re packing, it’s key to make sure your squad is going to be properly represented, even if they’re not playing or haven’t been for years. They’re your squad, your city.. it’s time to represent. So pack that Cleveland Browns jersey, fly those Atlanta Falcons colors, represent the Patriots faithful.. this is your time to shine.
Tickets, Tickets, Tickets!
Of course, you’re going to need tickets to the game. Don’t try to show up without them!
Capture the Best Moments
Granted, you don’t go anywhere without your phone — neither do we. But you have to be prepared to capture all the Super Bowl weekend moments!
Between the Players Tailgate, Guy Fieri whipping up the menu and Super Bowl weekend being the most star-studded weekend in sports, it’s almost a given that you’re going to run into actors, celebrities, players and some of your favorite sports personalities. That’s why not only should you bring your phone, but bring a back-up battery or portable charger as well. Nobody’s going to believe you met Jimmy Fallon at your hotel or had dinner at the same place as Vince Vaughn if you don’t have a selfie with him, right?
Follow NFL’s Clear Plastic Bag Rules
The NFL has strict “Clear Plastic Bag” rules to help protect fans and ensure the safety of Super Bowl 54 at Hard Rock Stadium. There are certain things you can’t bring into the game, and none of it can be in big, bulky bags or fanny-packs. Items such as alcohol, fireworks, beach balls and noisemakers are not allowed in the stadium. For more information on what is/isn’t allowed inside of NFL Stadiums and what type of bag you may bring in, click here.