Luxury at the national championship doesn't come cheap
So do you want to want to attend the national championship game for the inaugural college football playoffs, and sit in the best seat imaginable at A&T Stadium?
Do you have $97,500?
According to SuiteHop, which was created by Sport Shares to be a service that gives members access to suites at major events, some all-inclusive, the following are available for the upcoming bowl season:
- Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome, Dec. 31, Ole Miss vs. TCU: Shared suites for $550/ticket (capacity 10) and private suites ranging from $7,500 (capacity 20) to $15,000 (capacity 28)
- Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Jan. 1, Alabama vs. Ohio State: Private suite ranging from $30,001 (capacity 45) to $68,200 (capacity 44)
- National Championship at AT&T Stadium on Jan. 12, 2015: Shared suite for $3,000/ticket (capacity 4) and private suites ranging from $58,750 (capacity 25) to $97,500 (capacity 30)
SuiteHop has suite options for Major League Baseball, National Football League, National Hockey League and concerts.
“SuiteHop has tackled an issue that no one has before—providing fans with an accessible and affordable way to experience suites that are normally sold on a single or multi-year basis,” SuiteHop CEO Todd Lindenbaum said in a release. “We’ve built phenomenal relationships with teams, venues and suite owners that are willing to make their suites available to a broader universe of businesses and individuals through our online marketplace.”