It is approximately 300 days to Superbowl XLIV. From experience it is certainly not too early to be looking and booking your needs for the trip to Florida in February 2010. So if you want to take part in next year’s Superbowl it is time to be looking at Superbowl Travel Packages.

The road to the 44th Superbowl will end in Miami City, Florida at the Dolphins Stadium on 7th February 2010. It  is the 10th time the Superbowl has been hosted here and is a testament to the attraction of the Sunshine State.

A trip to the  Superbowl is one of the world’s most exciting experiences. Maybe it is time for you to see this event live, rather than on the TV screen.


For the uninitiated, this American Football game is the climax of the NFL season and is contested by the top two teams from the  American Football Conference and the National Football Conference  after a series of play-off games.

The Dolphins stadium has a capacity of 75,000. As you would expect the demand for tickets is incredible. After distribution to the NFL clubs, sponsors, media and charities only about 1% will be available to ordinary fans, by way of the Superbowl Random Draw. Your application must be in before 1st June 2010. Apart from luck you will need a deep wallet as the prices may give you a nose bleed, being between $800-1000!

If you are unlucky and don’t get a ticket  the trip to Florida is well worth it anyway. Enjoy the balmy Spring weather,  (Daytime temperatures in February average 78 degrees F,)  the hype, the noisy and friendly fans and the great pre-match parties.

Apart from the game, The Sunshine State offers unlimited Fun in the Sun. We will only mention a few of the incredible number of tourist attractions in Florida.

Perhaps the most famous is the 7000 acre site housing Disney World with its Magic KingdomEpcot CentreDisney/MGM Studios and the Animal KingdomSeaworld, Orlando is the world’s premier water park. Busch Gardens includes the gigantic Serengeti Plain with free roaming African animals. In addition there are many parks, gardens and museums and of course the old world charm of St Augustine. During the time of the Superbowl you can also take in the Florida State Fair.

This is a fantastic Spring Break for all the family, so start looking for a Superbowl travel package to suit you and your family. We wouldn’t want you to miss out on any of the action.  Even if you are an unlucky football fan without a ticket, Florida in February is well worth a visit.