Rose White, spokeswoman for AAA-Nebraska, says it’s a long haul to Indianapolis.
“For those traveling by car, the drive from Omaha or Lincoln is approximately 610 to 640 miles and you’ll need to estimate about 9 to 9-and-a-half hours for your drive time,” White says.
If you’d rather fly, White says there are a few direct flights to Indianapolis, but those seats are being snapped up.
White says, “Great rates were still available for about $300 roundtrip.”
The big game is scheduled for Saturday, December 1st, at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts. Individual tickets to the showdown are selling on eBay starting in the $80-range and going much higher.
White says it’s likely a better bet to go directly to the promoter.
“Tickets are available online but they have been selling those tickets since the summer months so you should log on as soon as you can,” she says.
The stadium is state-of-the-art and features a retractable roof, seating for 67,000 fans and over 160 concession stands. There are also more than 1,000 flat screen televisions throughout the stadium.