So you’ve got tickets to the Super Bowl. Now what?

So you’ve got tickets to the Super Bowl. Now what?

Lucky for you, the hardest part is behind you. The great thing about the Super Bowl is that it is so much more than just a football game. From luxurious hotels, to San Francisco sight-seeing, to a VIP tailgate, it is assured that your time in San Francisco will be well spent. offers phenomenal hotel stays as part of its Super Bowl package. Customers can choose from the Marriott Marquis, The Buchanan Hotel, and The Park Central Hotel for their stay. All of these stays are in phenomenal locations and guarantee to put you right in the center of  Super Bowl mayhem.

Of course you want to enjoy yourself leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. For the families that are traveling to the bay, here is a great list of things to do that everyone will enjoy. Or if you’re traveling with your college buddies and you’re looking for some great places to grab a beer, check out this list from San Francisco Travel of top breweries in SF.

As part of our Super Bowl Package, you are invited to the 2016 Player’s Super Bowl Tailgate. Last year’s tailgate was in Glendale, AZ and featured comedian Frank Caliendo, ESPN’s Lindsay Czarniak, and over 20 NFL players. Here is a recap of what happened.

This year’s tailgate will be bigger and better than ever. Enjoy gourmet food from celebrity chef Guy Fieri, an open bar and live entertainment all while getting ready for the big game. This is a party you won’t want to miss!

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