Inflation hits the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl LVIII isn’t just about the game; it’s also a high-stakes affair for those looking to see and be seen, with exorbitant price tags attached to tickets and suites inside Allegiant Stadium.
But for those attending the game who fear missing out, there’s no respite for their wallets once the final whistle blows. After all, the post-game festivities are just as crucial. In Sin City, nightclubs are poised to reel in significant profits once the confetti settles.
Take Raiders owner Mark Davis’ post-game bash, aptly named the “Owner’s Party,” held at Fontainebleau’s LIV nightclub. Entry? A steep $7,000 minimum, and that’s just to step through the door. For those vying for prime seating, prepare to fork over a cool $55,000.
“On Sunday, Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis has dropped $10 million for an “Owners Party” at the Fontainebleau’s LIV nightclub and is said to be rumored to be paying Taylor Swift’s ex, Calvin Harris, an unprecedented $1.5 million to DJ that night — a rate that is “more than double his usual rate,” my source said.
To get in and join the fun, partiers will have to drop a minimum of $7,000 for general admission and $55,000 for “upper stage” tables … which don’t include bottle service”, via newsnation.com.
With reports surfacing that Davis is splurging $10 million on the party and an additional $1.5 million to have DJ Calvin Harris grace the event, it’s evident that Harris, known to be one of Taylor Swift’s former flames, emerges as the big winner.
Both Super Bowl contenders have also secured nightclub venues for their after-game celebrations. The Niners will be at Caesar’s Palace’s OMNIA nightclub, while the Chiefs will take over Resorts World’s Zouk.
Yet, depending on the game’s outcome, one of these parties might prove to be livelier than the other. Still, some may prefer the loser’s after-party for its potentially quieter atmosphere and easier access to drinks.
After all, at least attendees can commiserate together, sharing the same number of Super Bowl victories as most others in the club.