Super Bowl LVI will take place on Sunday night, with both NFL die hards and annual bandwagoners set to take in one of the biggest events in all of sport as the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
The game will be viewed in almost every country around the globe, with many making a night of it. The event itself is about far more than just the football, with the entertainment and general pageantry on show always making it one of the can't miss nights of the year.
Of course, actually going to a Super Bowl will set you back quite a bit of cash. Tickets don't come cheap, while everything you buy inside the stadiums will also come at premium.
That is especially true this year. Super Bowl LVI will take place at SoFi Stadium in California, the home to the Rams which only opened in 2020. With the game taking place just outside LA, tickets have been going for an even larger premium than usual.
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However, even those extortionate ticket prices are not enough for some.
If you want to get the true VIP experience at this year's Super Bowl, it is going to run you about $1million.
Considering how new SoFi Stadium is, it probably won't surprise you to learn that it boasts some fairly incredible amenities for their high rollers, with some willing to fork out seven figures for a suite for the Super Bowl.
GQ recently went to the ground to have a look at these facilities and they are absolutely ridiculous. Not only do you get the best seat in the house, but you also get your own private area that is designed to be 'a place like you would gather in your kitchen to watch a game'. You also won't be short of refreshments throughout, with chefs on call to provide some top notch food on offer.
You can get a better look at the suites below, with 24 of them located in the stadium.
Does anyone want to chip in for to get one of these for the game this weekend?