One fan was caught on video hiding seat under his coat while leaving U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
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Minneapolis police say that thousands of officers from state, local and federal law enforcement agencies will be deployed around the metro.
From $65 parking to $1,000 caviar or $800 for a night in a Shakopee hotel, the laws of supply and demand are kicking into high gear around the Twin Cities.
"Please, please, please do not come late," the NFL's head of security said several times at a news conference with federal and local security officials.
The average room rate for the weekend - including those booked long in advance - will likely be about triple or quadruple what it is normally, one analyst said.
Maybe try for a tailgate at the Mall of America, offered NFL Security Chief Cathy Lanier. She recommends the milkshakes.
The Eagles arrived in Minneapolis Jan. 28 for a week of preparations leading up to their chance to make history. The Inquirer has 24 staff members on the road with the team, bringing you all the sights and sounds from Super Bowl 52.
I took the reins of the Philly.com Instagram account to bring followers along as I explored the city.
That means touting ice fishing, zip-lining and "pond hockey" while temperatures this week won't climb much above freezing and could be as low as -4.
How about an ice castle with Direct TV? "It is quite popular and unique," said Nelle Phillips. It's also available.
American Airlines joined its competitors by adding service to Minneapolis to accommodate a crush of Eagles fans heading to Sunday's Super Bowl.
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