Super Bowl 50 is here
So it’s a Panthers vs Broncos final, with San Francisco’s Levi Stadium hosting the 50th Super Bowl. Aside from San Francisco’s infamous Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge, we take a look at all the Super Bowl specific events going on in the city in the lead up to the game itself.
This year it’s all about Super Bowl City, which is San Francisco’s free-to-the-public fan village. It opens on Saturday, January 30th and closes on Super Bowl Sunday, allowing both locals and those traveling from afar, plenty of time to see and do all the things on offer. It has been designed to be accessible to all, including families and has something to entertain all ages. There are plenty of interactive games and activities, many of which focus on San Francisco’s individuality and of course, on football so whether you want to try your hand at passing like a pro or kicking a field goal in the NFL Experience driven by Hyundai, enjoying interactive games displayed on giant screens in The Fan Dome powered by SAP or enjoy live music and entertainment on The City Stage presented by Levi’s you’re bound to have a blast. There are of course, celebrity visitors, signings and exhibitions available for those looking to meet and greet, or absorb the history of both the NFL and the Super Bowl. On its opening day it’s open from 11am and runs until 10pm, from then on it runs from 11am-9pm weekdays and 11am-10pm at the weekend. On Super Bowl Sunday itself, it’s open from 11am-3pm.
So, whether you’re a Panthers or Broncos, fan, we’ve put a few prices together to get you and your fellow fans to not only the game, but to Super Bowl City.
For a fan group of just over 150 people, flying from North Carolina on a Boeing 737-800 to San Francisco will cost approx. $170,289 and require a refueling stop en route. This makes the price roughly $1100 per person. From Denver on the same aircraft it’ll cost approx. $120,000 and no stops are needed, so roughly $760 per person.
To charter a private jet, from Denver on a Hawker 800XP it will cost approx. $33,749 and holds up to eight people. If traveling from Charlotte we recommend the Gulfstream G-IVSP, which can hold up to 14 people and cost approx. $80,350.
So, no matter which side you’re rooting for, follow them to the Levi Stadium, Santa Clara and charter a commercial aircraft or private jet to San Francisco with Air Charter Service.