Super Bowl XLV: Suite Deal

Categories: Super Bowl XLV

My Super Bowl XLV itinerary looks thusly:

Blogging Super Bowly all week. Broadcasting on 105.3 The Fan from radio row all week. And finding time to squeeze in some partying Tuesday (NFL Media at House of Blues), Wednesday (Aces & Angels at Fair Park), Friday (Pamela Anderson at FIG) and Saturday (Playboy at A Loft Hotel). With any luck I'll also be at Prince's concert/bash on the hallowed grounds of Reunion Arena Friday night.

I'm lucky enough to not have to pay $900 for parking and I have a seat in the press box for Sunday's game. Buddy of mine decided this was a once-in-a-lifetime event, so he bought a suite for XLV.

His price tag?

Field-level suite accomodating 28 on the 5-yard line: $105,000. What exactly does that get you?


Tickets, parking and lots of food. The menu:

French Onion Dip

House Made Spiced Kettle Chips

Jalapeno white Cheddar Popcorn

Texas Pecan Kettle Corn

Winter Fruit Presentation Pineapple, Honeydew, Mango, Coconut and Berries

Tenderloin of Beef

Herb Roasted, House Steak Sauce, Horseradish Cream and Miniature Rolls

Southern Chicken Salad with Pecans, Grapes and Currants


Organic Citrus Salad Organic Greens, Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit, Hearts of Palm, Black Pepper Croutons Citrus Vinaigrette Dressing

Texas Slow Smoked Brisket Dublin BBQ Sauce and Miniature Kaiser Rolls

Truffled Mac and Cheese Bar

Chopped Tomatoes, Apple smoked Bacon, Bourbon Ham

Mini Moon Pies, Texas Blueberry Pies, Apple panadas and Blueberry Caramels


Texas Peach Cobbler, served with warm Mascarpone Whipped Cream


Chips and Salsa $95

House made White Queso $110

Colossal Shrimp $225

Chipotle Cocktail Sauce and Guajillo Remoulade Sushi presentation $250

Rainbow Roll Berkshire Pulled Pork $140

Kobe Hot Dogs $150

Build Your Own Sliders $175

Honey Stung Fried Chicken $200

Commemorative Cookies $160


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Any guesses as to the identity of said "buddy?" Might Greggo have sold his prized jet skiis Diamond Talk I and II in order to buy a suite for T-Bar, NASCAR Dennis and Richie to join him in?


Hey Chris Chris, who ya trying to scoreboard? Trying to out-douche the visitors this week?

I see more substance in Tweets than your posts.


First post about the weather and now a post about what your plans are for the week...come on whitt, atleast pretend that you still care about this blog.

Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett

I don't care what you're doing. I really don't. Sports, please.


But since you posted something about it, that does not even seem like that outrageous of a deal. It breaks down to about $3,750 a person. Not bad for a suite ticket to the Super Bowl.