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Luxury Super Bowl packages bust the budget

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From private planes to luxury on wheels, when the rich and famous go to the biggest game in the world, they go big.

"It's the biggest time of year for sports," Jason Good of AOA Enterprises says, "and our clients love to play."

Grant Casstevens and Jason Good are founders of AOA Enterprises, a company offering luxury Super Bowl packages, and say they are putting affluent clients in touch with deluxe travel accommodations.

"We know people want to go all out when they go to the Super Bowl," Casstevens says, "It's quite and expense, but definitely worth it."

Private airports, like the one in Morristown, N.J., expect Super Bowl week to be a busy one, with the wealthy of the world arriving on chartered flights like ones offered by Majestic Jet.

"It's pampering...icing on the top of the cake," Miles Munz from Majestic Jet says. "Something as big as the Super Bowl."

Compaines like Majestic Jet and AOA have teamed up to offer the luxury packages but a ride on a jet like a Falcon 10 doesn't come cheap... about $40,000. Packages include a ride in a Rolls Royce, hotel accommodations, and a ticket to the game.

For about a thousand dollars a day, New Jersey based companies like Noble Transportation pick up clients in the elegance of a Rolls Royce or comfort of the Mercedes Sprinter. The CEO says they're already receiving reservations.

These are top of the line cars for top of the line clients, according to the company.

Venture capitalist Dwight Pullum will spend several thousand dollars on his package. His family will be riding to the game...in a Phantom.

"I'm going to take it all in. It's going to be the best Super Bowl ever for me," Pullum says.

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