January 20, 2020—Even if your team isn’t heading to Miami for the Big Game, you might have plans to take in the fanfare as well as the warmer temperatures South Florida has to offer (avg. for Feb is 75 degrees). Flexibility will be key for those booking travel at the last minute, but as a AAA member, you could save big on game tickets, hotel costs and car rentals – a definite score for your wallet!
AAA Travel Advice
Because the location of the Big Game is in Miami, a well-known vacation destination, there are multiple airports (Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) to consider when booking travel. Be flexible and remember that with less than two weeks until the game, airfare inventory may be low.
Bus and Train:
If you don’t mind taking extra time to travel, bus and train routes may be another consideration. Dates, times and the number of stops can vary but if your funds are small but your love for football is limitless, this option could be worth investigating.
Hotel options are plenty and available for all price points, however booking now may be within the non-cancellation period, meaning charges (typically one night’s stay) for any cancellations.
“Being flexible with your flight, hotel and rental car options will be the best way to go about planning a trip to Miami for the Big Game, especially last-minute,” says Terry Ten Cate, travel agent with AAA South Dakota. “If your plans allow, consider extending your time in Florida to escape the winter weather.”
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Save on Travel with AAA
Tickets – AAA members save up to 40 percent off on all Ticket Monster sporting event tickets, including the upcoming Big Game. To purchase tickets, AAA members can visit AAA.com/Ticketmonster and enter their valid 16-digit membership number at checkout to receive their discount.
Hotel – Best Western – Save up to 15 percent off when booking AAA rates.
Rental Car – Hertz – Save up to $15 on weekend and $30 on weekly base rate rentals with promo code 205531.
Driving to Miami – if you decide to embark on the 16-hour drive (approximately1,122 miles) to Miami make sure your vehicle is ready. While some maintenance and repair tasks are best left to certified automotive technicians, there are several basic items motorists can easily check themselves between trips to their auto repair facility, including the following:
Check your AAA membership status — Before you need service is the best time to check that you have service. AAA coverage travels with the member, not the vehicle. Make sure your membership is up to date and the selected service level matches your lifestyle needs. AAA has varying levels of membership to fit every budget and lifestyle.
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