Super Bowl 57: Travel packages and ticket info to see Eagles-Chiefs play in Glendale, Arizona

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Watching the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Super Bowl 57 could be expensive.

Fans were ecstatic after the Birds defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday’s NFC Championship.

Dana Rex from Palmyra, NJ will be cheering for her team from afar.

“No, we’re not going to make it there, but we’ll definitely check it out,” she said.

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If you want to see the game in person on February 12th in Glendale, Arizona, it’s going to cost you dearly.

The Philadelphia Eagles, in partnership with On Location, announced the Official Fan Pack shortly after the conclusion of the NFC Championship game.

A package that includes game day tickets, an exclusive pregame party, and a tailgate experience starts at $4,973 per person.

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Flight and hotel packages start at $10,000 per person.

According to Gametime, the top-priced tickets cost $33,042 each

“This is going to be one of those expensive, maybe one-off opportunities. Phoenix is ​​a lot further away than Minnesota,” said AAA spokeswoman Jana Tidwell.

Flights from Philadelphia to Phoenix range from $500 to over $1,000 depending on the airline, day and travel time.

Tidwell advises booking now.

And if you’re trying to get to Arizona, watch out for travel scams.

“If it looks too good to be true, it sounds too good to be true. Chances are it’s too good to be true,” Tidwell said.

Click here to learn more about the Super Bowl packages being offered in partnership with the Eagles.

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The Empire State Building was painted in Eagles colors after winning the NFC Championship.

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