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From Lodi to New Orleans in time for the Super Bowl

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Posted: Friday, February 1, 2013 12:00 am

With excitement building for Sunday's Super Bowl, we in the newsroom wondered aloud on Thursday: What would it take to get to New Orleans from Lodi, get a ticket to the game, and find a place to sleep? At this late date, would that even be possible? Reporter Sara Jane Pohlman agreed to explore that fanciful challenge. This is her report. — The Editor

So you want to see the 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens at Super Bowl XLVII? That's an ambitious adventure — but it can be done. Only it will cost you about $7,000 and you should have left yesterday.

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  • Kevin Paglia posted at 2:50 pm on Fri, Feb 1, 2013.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 2108

    I'm With Josh. Easier to stay home. If you have that much ash to burn on one day then use it to pay off debt. If you don't have it just laying around then you don't need to be building MORE detb for just one day.

  • Josh Morgan posted at 7:04 am on Fri, Feb 1, 2013.

    Josh Morgan Posts: 542

    Uh, I'll pass. Staying home and watching on my big screen where the bathrooms are closer and cleaner, the food a lot cheaper and better and I can drink a six pack for the price of one beer at the Super Dome is a much better option for me. Heck, you can go buy a new TV at Costco and still be thousands of dollars ahead of the game. Go 49ers!



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