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Unfettered capitalism imposes few restrictions on the top one percent enjoying one of its biggest parties of the year. With the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, luxury suites have reached their highest prices. These seven-figure suites are out of the price range even for some of the biggest stars who actually play in the game.
Olivia Culpo wanted to give her fiancé Christian McCaffrey’s mother a suite for her birthday. Lisa McCaffrey said on her podcast that it would be too expensive to reserve one. Culpo, the 2012 Miss Universe winner, posted on Instagram that she wanted to gift Ms. McCaffrey a wing for her birthday. Christian said during the Super Bowl opening night that He closed that.
Donna – better known as Mama – Kelsey plans to watch the game in the stands. Unlike Mama McCaffrey, she has all the plugs as her youngest son is dating the winner of the most Album of the Year awards in Grammy history. Kelsey told CNN to the family We will never know officially If Taylor Swift were to stay there until game day. Since Kelce doesn’t have a family suite due to high prices, Swift will likely watch the game in one of the many suites she wants to host
There are approximately 150 suites at Allegiant Stadium. They are said to sell for $1.4 to $2.5 million each. For those willing to pay mansion prices for exclusive, studio-apartment-sized access to the Super Bowl, the amenities are delicious. There will be wagyu sausages, surf and turf nachos with filet mignon and lobster, king crab fried rice, and more. Personally, for the price of a wing, don’t forget to sprinkle the beef on these decorative plates, I say give everyone the tomahawk and lobster steak.
In a world where people struggle to afford housing, I understand how this kind of money spent for one night can be seen as an insult. Every unhoused person in Las Vegas could be housed for a price that doesn’t come close to all the money spent at Allegiant Stadium starting with the parking lot.
However, money spent in Las Vegas on a regular weekend can do the same thing. On the investment spectrum, blackjack and roulette tables are at one end and Treasuries are at the other. Las Vegas is a place dedicated to excess. Those giant $25 alcoholic beverages aren’t served in the majority of American bars.
If there’s one place where the problem of income inequality won’t be solved, it’s the NFL’s biggest party, which is held in the American city where people typically go to spend money as a celebration. The league and city must squeeze as much money as possible from the people and businesses who traveled there.
The only place capitalism should be allowed to run wild is in luxury accommodations at the Super Bowl. If you think you’re a big ball, shot a Cala, and have 20-inch blades on an Impala, prove it. He capped off the weekend in Vegas with a $2 million luxury suite and all the repairs.
This is what freedom means, isn’t it? After a year of inflation hitting the butts of ordinary Americans, companies are losing seven figures in five or six hours in a luxury suite like it was nothing. If they can do this, they must be drained of every last cent.