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CINCINNATI, Oh. (January 8, 2019) –Football fanatics are hopeful their favorite team will continue on to the Big Game with the kick off of NFL playoff season this past weekend. With less than 30 days until Super Bowl Sunday, local AAA travel experts are offering the following tips for fans who want to book a last minute trip to attend the festivities in Atlanta, Georgia:
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Mercedes Benz Stadium is less than 10 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and approximately 246 miles from Savannah –Hilton Head International Airport. The inventory is there, however last minute air travel is typically much more expensive. The current average cost of airfare for a roundtrip ticket from Cincinnati to Atlanta is between $384.00-$450.00. Prices can change and increase as the weekend gets closer. The sooner you can book the better.
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 the football is limitless, this option could be worth investigating.
AAA travel agents urge fans to act immediately to secure a hotel room in Atlanta for the Super Bowl as many in the city limits are already at capacity and those in surrounding areas are close to being sold out. The current average price for hotels in and around Atlanta is $150-$300.00 per night. Prices can change and increase as the weekend gets closer.
It will take approximately seven hours of driving time to travel from Cincinnati to Atlanta. The current average cost for a car rental is $380.00-$400.00 total for the weekend. Prices can change and increase as the weekend gets closer. However, if you are planning to use your own vehicle, AAA recommends the following tips to get your car road trip ready:
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