How to Make Super Bowl Weekend Unforgettable

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Updated January 28, 2020
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Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,700 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.

Now that the league has been narrowed down to two remaining teams, NFL Super Bowl LIV is quickly approaching. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Fransisco 49ers will go head-to-head on Sunday, February 2, 2020, and everyone is excited about the big game. Whether you’re a superfan who knows the names of every player or a casual viewer who’s in it for the commercials, there are a few surefire ways to make Super Bowl weekend unforgettable. Hut, hut, hike.

 

Quick Details:

What: NFL Super Bowl LIV

Who: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Fransisco 49ers

When: February 2, 2020 – 6:30 ET

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

 

 

Check Your Streaming Services

If you’ve cut the cord and no longer have cable, streaming is your next best option. Make sure you can find it on one of your streaming devices and that you have a strong internet connection so the game doesn’t cut out during the action.

How to Stream the Super Bowl

There are several ways to watch Super Bowl LIVI for free. First, you can go straight to the source at NFL.com and the NFL app to watch the game on mobile and tablet devices. But for those that want to put it on the big screen, CBS Sports shows it on their website for free, as well as on the CBS Sports app, available on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and more. You can also sign up for one of the several free trials offered by streaming services (just don’t forget to cancel it at the end of the trial, or you could be charged for a period of time). Hulu Live TV, SlingTV, Fubotv, YouTube TV and more offer free trials and will be streaming Super Bowl LIV. Even some cable companies like DirecTV now offer streaming platforms that you can sign up for.

For those with an antenna, one of the simplest ways to view the game is to simply use an old-school OTA antenna and broadcast your local CBS station. But, first, double-check this map to ensure that it’s available in your area.

Team Up with Friends & Family

Watching the big game alone isn’t much fun – so huddle together with a group of friends or family members and watch the big game together. After all, everything is better in good company. Take it up a notch by hosting a pot luck, making some friendly bets or even setting up your own Super Bowl Bingo. Plus, if you don’t have the ideal viewing setup, whether it’s a 4K TV, surround sound stereo or a streaming setup, someone in your circle probably does. You could even consider renting out a venue and hosting your own viewing party.

 

Find the Perfect Snack or Recipe (and don’t forget the drinks!)

It wouldn’t be the Super Bowl without the best snacks around – from chomping on chili to bitting on buffalo wings to noshing on nachos, a great recipe can turn even the most boring game into a great one. And, of course, you’ll need beer or libations to wash it all down, so don’t forget to stock up on your personal favorites before kick-off. 

The Super Bowl gives you a great excuse for ignoring healthy diets –  so check out some of the links below to find the perfect recipe to make for yourself or party.

Most Popular Super Bowl Foods

Super Bowl Grilling Ideas

Super Bowl Snack Ideas

Best Food & Appetizers

Super Bowl Cocktail Recipes

Enjoy the Super Bowl Festivities First Hand

Whether you have tickets to the game or not, Super Bowl LIV festivities will be happening all weekend long in Miami. If you really want to do it big, consider driving, or flying commercial or private down to the Magic City and experience the action first-hand. 

Make it worth your money and get there Thursday night to catch the start of a three-day music festival featuring legendary artists like Guns N’ Roses, Maroon 5, and DJ Khaled. Spend Friday lounging on the beach, and catch the Super Fan Fest for some tailgating, football activities and bar crawls, that goes until 3:00 A.M. Saturday brings even more fun with meet-and-greets with football players and even a football-themed interactive theme park. It all comes to a head Sunday after the pre-game party when the Chiefs and the 49ers kick-off at 6:30 ET.

For a complete list of Super Bowl 54 festivities, click here.

 

Fly Yourself to the Super Bowl

If you don’t want to deal with the hassles of driving or the expense of flying, there is another great option to consider – invest in a private pilot license and fly you and your friends to the Super Bowl! Imagine being able to hop into a plane, set your coordinates and fly to the biggest sports event of the year – every year. What could be better?

Get in touch with Inflight Pilot Training today!

You’ll never miss a moment of action at the big game when you’re a certified private pilot. With the help of the flight instructors at Inflight Pilot Training, you can gain the freedom to fly to any sports destination, whether it’s a football game, golf match, ski race or anything else. All it takes is a quick call to one of our customer service representatives to get started.

For more information about Inflight Pilot Training programs, Contact us today or call (952) 698-3000.


Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,700 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.