Then you’d better hurry, because it’s almost time for the Super Bowl!
The Super Bowl is the most amazing, most watched and most talked about sporting event in the world, even bigger than the biggest chariot races and gladiator spectaculars held in giant stadiums in ancient Roman times.
Super Bowl XLIX will be the 49th annual Super Bowl and will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
This will be the third time that the game has been played in the Phoenix area.
Kickoff will start the game at 6:30PM U.S. Eastern time on Sunday, February 1, 2015.
So what is the Super Bowl? It’s sponsored by the National Football League (NFL) which represents the top level of professional football played within all of the United States.
“Super Bowl Sunday” is the day when the ‘Big Game’ is played, and is now considered by many to almost be a new national holiday in America.

Interestingly, the only day in America on which more food is eaten than on Super Bowl Sunday is Thanksgiving.
As a result of how big this event has become, watching and discussing the television commercials that play during the Super Bowl has become an important aspect of the game itself.
Some of the most popular music performers in the United States have performed during the half time show, including The Rolling Stones, Prince, Whitney Houston, The Who, Madonna and Michael Jackson.
Super Bowl XLVIII (2014) was watched by more Americans than any other televised program, ever.
An estimated audience of 111.5 million viewers tuned in, setting a viewership record for the fourth consecutive year.
The halftime show was watched by more viewers than ever before, as 115.3 million viewers tuned in.
Out of all the television shows ever shown in all of U.S., broadcast history, the most watched has been the Super Bowl.
Because so many people watch the SuperBowl on TV, it is the most expensive time for advertisers to run commercials on television.
But as great as the Super Bowl is to watch on a large plasma TV with terrific surround sound stereo, there is nothing like actually being there!
Plus the weather is beautiful in Arizona, usually about 60 degrees in early February.
So if you have ever considered going to the Untied States, now is the time to go!
And you’d better hurry, because it’s just a few weeks away! But it’s still not too late to purchase a plane ticket, a ticket to the Super Bowl itself, a hotel room and a luxury limousine ride to take you from the airport to your hotel, and then drive you right to the Super Bowl in time for the big event.
Get the party started as you cruise to the Super Bowl in your modern chariot, and you’ll be totally in the mood when you arrive. Your chauffeur will drive you right to the gate and pick you up when the Big Game is over, with no worries about parking, driving or having consumed too many adult beverages.
There’s nothing on earth like the Super Bowl. And this year’s game looks to be one of the best ever.
Book your tickets and limousine ride today!