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Jetsetter to Offer Super Bowl Packages with Game Tickets (at Jetsetter Prices)

January 24, 2012 at 10:40 AM | by | ()

It's official--the New England Patriots and the New York Giants will once again face off against each other in the Super Bowl. This time the showdown's happening in Indianapolis on February 5. While Manning and his mates will be chillaxing at the Marriott Downtown and Brady and co. are shacking up in luxury at the University Place Hotel, the rest of us devoted football fans are left with some pretty grim budget options outside of downtown.

But if you're a Giants or a Pats fan whose not on a budget, then you may want to consider Jetsetter.com's Super Bowl packages which go on sale today at 3pm EST.

The packages include three night's accommodations the Four Points Sheraton in Carmel, Indiana, where the rooms actually look pretty good. And since it's a Four Points that mean free WiFi. Woot! The packages also include invites to the Rolling Stone Bacardi Bash featuring LMFAO and Lupe Fiasco, access to the game-day Rock n' Roll Fan Tailgate (where Jane's Addiction and The Roots will be playing) and lastly tickets to the Big Game with VIP rides to and from the stadium.

Package prices depend on double occupancy but vary due to location of seat tickets, room type and access to parties. Here's the breakdown:

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Where to Book for Super Bowl XLVI

February 8, 2011 at 9:36 AM | by | ()

Over your Green Bay hangover? Good: The booking circus for Super Bowl XLVI—to be played February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis—is underway, with the brand-new J.W. Marriott leading the way. The 1,005-room monster is already sold out for game day, seven months ahead of next season's first snap.

Host venue Lucas Oil Stadium, across the street from the convention center and its many hotels, including the new J-dubs, means fans should have plenty of options within walking distance. But when we plugged game day into our custom hotel rate search gadget to see what's on offer within two miles of the stadium, every hotel was already sold out.

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