How to travel for Super Bowl
Super Bowl LII (2018) will be at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis.
Airport: Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport
Super Bowl LII will be the 52nd Super Bowl and the 48th modern-era National Football League championship game.
Date: February 4, 2018
Super Bowl on Monday, Feb. 5 is expected to be one of Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport’s busiest travel days.
Moving around Minneapolis may be a bit more expensive for the affluent this weekend.
Here are your options:
Minneapolis is car dependent. If you’re staying in the city or suburbs, renting a car and using the region’s ample parking and relatively uncongested freeway system is your best bet. You can compare and see availability with Carla car rental app. Renting a car will be most feasible transport.
Luxury Car Rental:
It will be a great experience. Luxury car rental sales, along with prices, have jumped ahead of the Super Bowl, companies say. The Lamborghini Huracán convertible, normally priced around $1,299 per day, is going for $2,500 per day. Still, you can get reasonable prices with Carla car rental app.. You can get Mercedes S Class for $300 per day.
Uber & Lyft:
Ride-hailing apps will drop you off outside the security perimeter just like anyone else driving a car. Surcharges can be expected.
It will be hard to find a cab. You are not in NYC. :)