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Super Bowl Packages

2014 SUPER BOWL XLVIII PACKAGES
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At Touchdown Experiences we carry a wide variety of Super Bowl Packages that are sure to exceed your expectations. Please take a minute to review our current inventory for Super Bowl Packages in the New York/New Jersey area, with some hotels within only a few miles from the MetLife Stadium. Please feel free to call our office to place your order or if you have any questions about one of these great Super Bowl Packages. Touchdown Experiences strives to offer you quality service. Ticket upgrades are available on all packages.

**RESERVE YOUR SUPER BOWL EXPERIENCE FOR A DEPOSIT OF $250.00 PER PERSON**

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NEW YORK PALACE HOTEL

Friday, January 31st – Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Four days, three nights accommodations
9 miles to MetLife Stadium
Roundtrip Game Day Transportation
Pre Game Tailgate Party (see description below)
Upper Level End Zone Game ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket holders and lanyards
Official Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$4395.00

per person double occupancy

$5195.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

ALGONQUIN MARRIOTT HOTEL TIMES SQUARE

Friday, January 31st – Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Four days, three nights accommodations
8 Miles to the MetLife Stadium
Roundtrip Game Day Transportation
Pre Game Tailgate Party (see description below)
Upper Level End Zone game ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket Holders & Lanyards
Official Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$4395.00

per person double occupancy

$5195.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

CROWNE PLAZA TIMES SQUARE

Friday, January 31st – Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Four days, Three nights accommodations
9 Miles to MetLife Stadium
Upper Level End Zone Game ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket holders and lanyards
Official Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$3795.00

per person double occupancy

$4695.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

THE W TIMES SQUARE

Friday, January 31, 2014 – Monday, February 3, 2014

Four days, three nights hotel accommodations
9 Miles to MetLife Stadium
Roundtrip Game Day Transportation
Pregame Tailgate Party (See Description Below)
Upper Level Endzone/Corner Game Ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket Holders and Lanyards
Official Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$4695.00

per person double occupancy

$5595.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

NOVOTEL TIMES SQUARE

Friday, January 31 st- Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Four days, Three nights accommodations
9 Miles to the MetLife Stadium
Roundtrip Game Day Transportation
Pre Game Tailgate Party (see description below)
Upper Level End Zone game ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket Holders & Lanyards
Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$5250.00

per person double occupancy

$6250.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

HAMPTON INN TIMES SQUARE SOUTH

Friday, January 31st- Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Four days, Three nights accommodations
Complimentary Daily Continental Breakfast
8 Miles to the MetLife Stadium
Upper Level End Zone game ticket to Super Bowl XLVIII
Ticket Holders & Lanyards
Super Bowl Amenity Package
Touchdown Experiences on site tour escort

$3795.00

per person double occupancy

$4595.00

per person single occupancy
All rates include taxes and fees

THE ULTIMATE TAILGATE PARTY

Touchdown Experiences has secured hotels located directly in Times Square which is where all this year’s activities will be held such as “Super Bowl Boulevard” and “The Ultimate Tailgate Party” which runs from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. Your tailgate extravaganza will include open premium bar,fabulos food menu and roundtrip game day transportation to MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII.

In addition to unlimited food & drink, there will be many current players in attendance along with Cirque USA performers entertaining you throughout the day. In our hospitality area, there will be pre-game ESPN coverage on large screen televisions along with Pre Game Chalk Talk with an NFL celebrity.

The Ultimate Tailgate Party will be hosted by Gotham Hall which is at 36th and Broadway which is conveniently located to all hotels. International Chef, Marcus Samuelsson has been chosen for this year’s event. Chef Samuelsson has been featured on many television arenas such as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Chopped, Regis and Kelly, Martha Stewart just to name a few. Chef Samuelsson was also the winner of season two Chopped All Stars.

The food this year will be catered by The Red Rooster which is Chef Marcus’ restaurant located in Harlem and has earned many awards for its food, style and connection to the community.

Chef Marcus has selected the following menu for your party at five different food stations. Just to name some of the menu items to be served….

**Butler passed hors d’Oeurves (selection of 8 different types) **Cornbread tomato jam, honey butter, mac and greens NY Cheddar, comte, gouda **Lobster tails, stone crab, tuna carpaccio, smoked salmon, raw shrimp bar, oysters on the half shell, harlem chowder, all seafood removed from the shell. **Helga’s Meatballs ** BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, Blue cheese slaw, pickled onions **Assorted desserts such as red velvet whoopie pies, cupcakes, salted caramel chocolate truffles.

This year’s Tailgate party will undoubtedly be an experience you will never forget.

SUPER BOWL BOULEVARD

New York City will be the first Super Bowl Host to have a “Super Bowl Boulevard” which will be free for all fans. Super Bowl Boulevard will become the epicenter of events leading up to the “Big Game”.Super Bowl Boulevard will start at 44th Street, which is in the middle of Times Square, and go down Broadway to the Miracle on 34th Street. Super Bowl Boulevard will be open from January 29 to February 1, 2014. Super Bowl Boulevard will include:

**The Vince Lombardi Trophy display

**Free Nightly concerts

**Football clinics and competitions

**Warming stations for visitors

 

**NFL themed exhibits

**Take a commerative photo in front of XLVIII for Super Bowl

**Toboggan run on Broadway between 40th and 41st Street

**Player appearances along with free autograph

 

 

Super Bowl Boulevard will replace the annual NFL Experience.

SUPER BOWL HISTORY

In professional American football, the Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League (NFL). The Super Bowl was first played January 15, 1967 as part of an agreement between the NFL and its younger rival, the American Football League (AFL) in which each league’s championship team would play each other in an “AFL-NFL World Championship Game”. After the leagues merged in 1970, the Super Bowl became the NFL’s championship game. Since then, the game has been played annually on a Sunday as the final game of the the playoffs, originally early to mid-January when there was a 14 game schedule, but late January or even the first Sunday in February as the current 16 game schedule dictates (a 17th bye-week has been added for TV exposure).

The Super Bowl is usually the most-watched U.S. television broadcast of the year, attracting many companies to spend millions of dollars on commercials. This has caused the starting time of the game to be pushed back later and later, to ensure the Sunday night prime time audience on the East Coast. The last true day game (which ended before local sunset) of the series was Super Bowl XI in January 1977. In addition, many popular singers and musicians have performed during the Super Bowl’s pre-game and halftime ceremonies. This is the second-largest U.S. food consumption day, following Thanksgiving.

The Super Bowl uses Roman numerals to identify each game, rather than the year it was held. The NFL season extends beyond New Year’s Eve, so identifying the games by the year of the Super Bowl could cause some confusion.

By any measure, the Super Bowl is one of the most watched television programs of the year in the U.S. The game tends to have high television ratings, on average, 40 percent of all U.S. households, and 60 percent of all homes tuned into television during the game. This means that on average, 80 to 90 million Americans are tuned into the Super Bowl at any given moment. It is also estimated that 130-140 million tune into some part of the game. Studies suggest that the average global viewership is just over 100 million – the vast majority of whom are U.S. viewers. The highest rated game according to Nielsen was Super Bowl XVI in 1982 which was watched in 49.1% of households or 40,020,000 households at the time. Many people tune in to the Super Bowl solely to watch the creative commercials.

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