With an average cost of more than $9,000 per ticket, Las Vegas is the most expensive edition of the Super Bowl, a figure that makes it clear that experiencing the event from the stadium is not for everyone. But if there was any doubt about exclusivity, Floyd Mayweather boasted of his financial ability not to depend on the invitation.
It’s no secret that the former boxer has a huge net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth, it is estimated to be worth $450 million, but it could be even higher than that. That’s why he had the luxury of purchasing an entire suite at the Allegiant Stadium.
Via his Instagram account, ‘Money’ published this message: “I don’t kiss ass and I never have to beg anyone to get me a Super Bowl suit. I don’t mind accepting the occasional invitation. Doesn’t happen, but one thing is for sure, the final decision lies with the person paying. “So I have my own seats and suites, I can do whatever I want and invite whoever I want…”
The former boxer also wrote that he won’t be the only one to enjoy the game in one of the venue’s best spots: “I feel fortunate to invite 34 people to live the experience of the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas. I do.”
How much do Super Bowl suites cost?
The friends who received the invitation must have been feeling pretty lucky because according to the receipts and the message they shared, Mayweather shelled out around $1.1 million.
According to the TMZ portal, these suites feature a buffet that offers a variety of seafood, meat and premium quality beverages as well as waiter service. The most comfortable seats and the best view of the field.
It is now known that Floyd will be in one of those exclusive areas and it is rumored that Travis Kelce, tight end of the Chiefs, has purchased one of the available suites with a price of 2.5 million to invite family, friends and of course And achieved. Taylor Swift, who will fly in from Tokyo to join them in their quest for the championship.
Who is Floyd Mayweather?
He was born in Michigan, United States and started his professional career in 1996 at the age of 21. Shortly after, in 1998, he captured his first title shot by dethroning Genaro ‘Chicanito’ Hernandez from the super featherweight throne.
This was the beginning of his long career that makes him one of the best players in history in his discipline. Floyd became world champion in five weight classes from super featherweight to super welterweight.
Due to the spectacular nature of his technique, he became known as the ‘King of Pay Per View’, i.e. the boxer who sells the most pay per views. So the origin of his fortune is no mystery.
He officially retired in 2017, but did not stop boxing in exhibition bouts.