SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — It’s not economical obtaining a seat in the stands for the Super Bowl Sunday. Tickets on StubHub begin at around $5,900.
But it’s a financial investment that a few of the 49ers Faithful are making.
Rusty Hampton’s household has actually been period ticket owners considering that the Niners dipped into Kezar Stadium. He’s never ever despaired in the Red and Gold and states retribution is what’s taking him to Vegas.
It’s a rematch for the 49ers, after the group shed to the Chiefs in the Super Bowl 4 years back. Hampton existed.
Which gamers are left from the last 49ers-Chiefs Super Bowl?
“I actually went to the 2020 Super Bowl with my dad,” Hampton said. “So, I was able to treat him to the trip out to Miami and as you might recall, we didn’t get the outcome we were hoping for.”
Hampton has actually been a follower his whole life and it’s a family members event from his grandparents to his nephews. When his group beat the Detroit Lions in the playoffs, he bit the bullet once again this year, acquiring a ticket to Sunday’s Super Bowl competition.
He offered this as the thinking for acquiring a ticket worth countless bucks.
“That’s why I rent where I live,” he said. “I don’t have kids right now, so this is what savings are for, right?”
In his words, the Super Bowl isn’t simply a video game. It’s an experience, from the gamers to the stars, to the halftime program that will certainly include Usher this year.
“I mean the energy is just different. Everybody there is fully tuned in,” Hampton claimed.
The Burlingame indigenous will certainly be flying bent on Vegas Saturday with his sibling and brother-in-law.
Aside from seeing his favored group and the intense lights of the Las Vegas Strip, he’s intending to see the 49ers earn the Vince Lombardi Trophy after losing at their last Super Bowl.
“Revenge! Like I said, heartbreaker in Miami,” Hampton said. “The fact that we are going to see the Chiefs again definitely added fuel to the fire.”
Hampton believes the 49ers have that exact same retribution state of mind. He referenced a picture of George Kittle that’s distributing on social networks from his Super Bowl loss in Miami, with the inscription, “I will be back.”