While most people watch the transportation to superbowl on television with friends or family, some die-hard football fans want to experience the event in person. Depending on routing, pricing and award availability, it is possible to fly round-trip to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) for less than 8,000 American Airlines miles, United Airlines MileagePlus miles or Delta SkyMiles. Getting to the game from there, however, can be more difficult.
The NFL and local transit agencies have worked together to promote mass transportation options to avoid traffic catastrophes and make it easier for those traveling in to attend Super Bowl events. Locally, Valley Metro has added special services and schedules for the week leading up to the game. On the day of the game, it has a fleet of shuttle buses that will take travelers from the Metro C Line (Green) at Hawthorne/Lennox station to a park-and-ride shuttle location near SoFi stadium and then directly to the game.
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A number of car service, limo and ridesharing companies will offer special deals for Super Bowl weekend. Hopper and Vivid Travel have an online tool that lets you compare prices.
For those who are staying in the area, Metro is adding a second rideshare pickup zone at Home Depot next to SoFi to reduce wait times and crowds in the main one along Kareem Court. It also has expanded its cab pickup zones to better serve the event and will have free Wi-Fi in the northern loading zone.