Looks like if you want to have a “big time” at the “big game,” you’re going to need some “big money.”
The Wynn Field Club is located inside the Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium, which is the host of this year’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. After seeing some of the ticket prices for just the regular seating, I think the old adage could be changed to “what happens in Vegas, will cost you an arm and a leg in Vegas.”
Don’t even get me started on the pricing for the Wynn Field Club, which is located inside the stadium and describes itself as “offering guests a high-energy nightlife experience in the center of the action.” If you need that in layman’s terms, that means they stuck a nightclub right next to a football field.
Group ticket packages for normal (non-Super Bowl) events usually range anywhere from $5,000 to $60,000, with the prices varying based on where you are in relation to the football field. Seating areas right next to the goal line are obviously the most expensive, with the rates dropping the farther you sit away from the field (while still in the Wynn Field Club).
$60,000, even split between 10 or so people, is a lot of money, right? Well…wait until you see what Allegiant Stadium and the Wynn Field Club is charging for those exact same seats during the “Big Game.” They can only be described as “vacation home” expensive.
Which is funny, because I’m guessing that the only people that could afford these astronomical prices are the types of people that already own vacation homes. They’ve likely got more money than they know what to do with it, which is why the front row seating area in the Wynn Field Club costing $650,000 (split between 15 people) is probably no big deal to some.
If you want to save a little money, you can settle for the second row of seating in the club, which will cost $550,000 and can be shared with 12 total people. Think of all the money you could save by just moving back a few feet:
Food and beverage is apparently included, though if you want premium options (which the type of people paying tens of thousands of dollars for these seats probably would), you’ll have to pay a little bit extra for that.
So do you have 10 to 15 friends that are free on Super Bowl weekend and would be willing to drop boatloads of cash to watch the game from a bad angle (while loud nightclub music is likely playing)? If so, this could be the perfect deal for you.
You can take a look at the area you’d be seated in, depending on how much you’d be willing to shell out, in the video below: