The Super Bowl is one of the great American social levelers: the biggest single U.S. sporting event is expected to draw in 90 million viewers this year, a party for all demographic groups. But -- as with everything else -- it's even more fun if you're fantastically wealthy.
Laura Hughes, editorial director at Elite Travel magazine, told CNBC's Sue Herera about a few ways that the über-wealthy will be enjoying the NFL's Big Game.
Starting with the obvious pleasure of a January jaunt to Miami to see Super Bowl XLI in person, Hughes pointed to the Deco-adorned city's Mandarin Oriental hotel. The 5-star wonder is located on Brickell Key, with sapphire-blue Biscayne Bay views on almost all sides. Sure, guests can take the causeway on and off the water-bound key -- but why would they, when the hotel will arrange rental of a 40-foot cigarette speedboat for $1,750?