Traveling With The Tide: How Much Would You Pay
All Tide fans, young or old, have the same dream at one point or another. They all want to see the Tide play in person. Whether it be at home in the comfy confines of Bryant-Denny Stadium, or on the road in whichever stadium they step into.
But as with any dream, certain things always come into play. Mainly the most important question: "How much will this cost altogether?" Sometimes, the cost is large for an SEC contest such as the Iron Bowl. Other times, it might not be that much of a hit to the wallet, for example, a game against Georgia Southern.
Thankfully, however, there are sometimes sports companies that help with the cost, or at least, accommodations for the game. Things can be a little bit easier when someone else is helping out plan things right?
Enter Total Sports Travel. And wouldn't you know it, they've got a package for this week's game in College Station. Let's take a look at what they've planned for the charter on gameday:
- Round-trip Charter Air from Birmingham to College Station
- Plane will depart 6 hours before the game, will return after the game
- Round-trip transportation from Airport to Stadium before and after game
- Boxed meal after game
Not only that, you'll get an itinerary emailed to you with a schedule. Now, this is the planning I need in my real life if we're being honest here. How much will this cost me though?
Well, currently the price sits at a measly $739. Of course, this doesn't include tickets to the game. But hey, a lower bowl ticket can be added for $239.
Also if you want to sit in first class on the plane, you can pay $299 for that too. A reminder that this is per person, and not a group package.
At least we have Eli Gold to listen to if you can't afford this right?
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