MIAMI AND SUPER BOWL XLIV IS
ONLY A CAR DRIVE AWAY !!!
For Super Bowl XLIV, many New Orleans Saints fans are choosing to make the 12-hour drive to Miami rather than hopping on a plane.
As the excitement builds and fans are getting ready for Sunday, there is still time to get last minute Super Bowl tickets before the game at Razorgator.com or on-site for guaranteed last minute orders, up until game time on Sunday.
“This is a very special moment for the New Orleans Saints and its fans”, said Brendan Ross, President &CEO at Razorgator.com. “We wanted to provide Saints fans with easy tips to help them navigate their way to Miami to take part in an unforgettable experience.”
Why fly when driving is so easy, you ask? Razorgator.com helps fans find their way to Miami:
1. It is only a 12-hour drive from New Orleans to Miami and the cost of fuel is only about $91. A flight will run about $800 non-stop according to Travelocity.com.
2. If you drive you can watch Burt Reynolds in The Longest Yard and swing by Palm Beach High School where he earned a football scholarship to Florida State.
3. You can listen to Carrie Underwood’s Cowboy Casanova in the car, a song that may or may not have been inspired by former beau Tony Romo. Carrie will beat her ex to the Super Bowl since she’ll be singing the National Anthem on Sunday.
4. Peyton Manning has thrown for over 50,000 yards in his career, which is about 1/30th of the way from his birthplace in New Orleans to Miami. You might not be able to break his passing records but you can bring a football in the car for the world?s longest game of catch on the drive to Miami.
5. Road trips always have better snacks than airplane food. Americans will consume almost 4,000 tons of popcorn, 15,000 tons of chips and 12 million pounds of avocado on Super Bowl Sunday. Flights do not even serve peanuts anymore.
6. Your car trunk does not charge you any baggage fees.
7. Swing by 7 Eleven on the way back. They sell 20% of their antacid for the year the day after the Super Bowl. At least Miami is 1 hour ahead of New Orleans, which gets you another hour of sleep when you get home!