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Watching the Super Bowl in a Las Vegas sports book can get expensive these days.

Caesars Palace announced three different levels of pricing for a much-coveted seat in its sports book for the big Rams-Patriots game on February 3.

“Bleachers”: $119.69 plus a $12.28 processing fee for a total charge of $131.97. “Package includes a dedicated seat for the entire day and two drink tickets for beer, wine, and well liquor,” according to Caesars’ website.

“Lower-level seating”: Total charge of $514.37, including three drink tickets.

“VIP seating”: Total charge of $896.77, including unlimited drinks.

Here’s a link to the offer, including a seating diagram: Caesars Sports Book

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