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Super Bowl stadium has a nightclub that costs up to $60,000 to get in

Super Bowl stadium has a nightclub that costs up to $60,000 to get in

A nightclub in a sports stadium. Only in America.

The NFL is flamboyant and over the top in the very best ways imaginable.

Its headline event of the year, the Super Bowl, is more than just a game of American football with billions of dollars of revenue made on the game outside of the sport itself. Just look at the adverts.

For 2024, Super Bowl LVIII will head to Las Vegas and the Allegiant Stadium, which cost almost $2 billion to build.

It'll see the Kansas City Chiefs go up against the San Fransisco 49ers for the famous Lombardi Trophy.

And it's a game that'll probably have more eyes on it than usual given the presence of a certain billionaire pop star.

Given how new the Allegiant Stadium is, it has some of the very best facilities for such any large event.

It's hosted dozens of concerts including Metallica, Guns N' Roses, Bad Bunny, Elton John, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

One thing the stadium has that puts it head and shoulders above the rest is a private nightclub.

The Wynn Field Club.
Wynn Field Club/LA Raiders

Dubbed the Wynn Field Club, it's not cheap. In fact, it's really, really expensive.

The club itself is 11,000 square feet overlooking the stadium's entire northern end zone.

It regularly hosts world-class DJs, and has a premium alcohol service.

To get in, you'll need to cough up.

According to NoCoverNightclubs.com, which takes enquiries for bookings at the club, the minimum you'll have to pay for 10 guests is $5,000 (£3,971) to $10,000 ($7,943).

That's for a back wall booth, so you're as far away from the action as possible. For a premium front row booth for 12 people, it's going to set you back $25,000 (£19,859) to $60,000 (£47,663).

The Wynn Field Club.
Wynn Field Club/LA Raiders

Even if you manage to rope in another 11 people, that'd be $5,000 per head to watch a game of sport.

NoCoverNightclubs says the Wynn Field Club 'brings elite nightlife experience' to the Allegiant Stadium.

It says: "The Wynn Field Club is located at field level and spans the entire length of the north end zone. You'll be in the centre of all the action in a way that can only be done in Las Vegas. This nearly 11,000 square foot venue is home to special appearances by the Wynn's ridiculous roster of world-class DJs. Is there VIP bottle service?

"You bet there is. This upgraded experience has bottle service as well as premium bar and food selections. With every package stadium tickets are included."

Featured Image Credit: Wynn Field Club/LA Raiders

Topics: Super Bowl, US News, Sport, Food And Drink, Music