Here’s What $2.5 Million Gets You in a Luxury Super Bowl Suite
We’re just days away from Super Bowl LVIII, in which the Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the San Francisco 49ers. Leading up to the big game, reporters were treated to a glimpse into the high-end luxury boxes at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to see how the other half lives, and let’s just say that VIP guests like Taylor Swift will want to come with an appetite.
Sports journalist Luke Sawhook was given a preview of the spread in the top-tier premium suites, which will set you back a cool $2.5 million. And for the Super Bowl, the theme is “the ultimate surf and turf,” reflecting the steakhouses and wedge salads that the Vegas food scene is famous for.
“Everything you get in the $2,5 million Super Bowl luxury suite,” Sawhook posted on TikTok, which features classic souvenir popcorn as you walk in the door, mouth-watering bacon-wrapped hot dogs, BBQ burnt-end burritos, glazed donut sundaes, loaded carne asada fries, seafood stuffed baked potatoes, surf and turf nachos, wagyu beef hot dogs, frozen cheesecake, and of course, a full-service bar.
Not to be outdone by the food, the bartenders will also be serving up signature cocktails with thoughtful touches like football-shaped ice cubes.
“We got the best of the best steak here,” Executive Chef Sean Kinoshita told Sawhook. “We got the biggest lobster we can find in the world, we got this stuffed baked potato that we carve to order. So we just kind of took that, and took it to the next level.”
According to the Allegiant Stadium website, premium suites offer “top-notch perks for the upscale game day experience,” with benefits such as in-suite food and beverage options, VIP parking passes, VIP entrances, private amenities, an in-suite restroom, and access to 200 Level Clubs. And if you’re lucky enough to snag one during the Super Bowl, all of the steak and lobster you can eat.