AAA prepares Chiefs fans for Super Bowl travel
If the Chiefs beat the Titans Sunday they will head to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1970.
Fans are excited to have the Chiefs a step away from a championship shot, but if you're looking to make the trip to Miami it's going to cost you.
Scott Martin is a travel agent at AAA in Topeka.
He said, "Going down there you're going to need flight, hotel, possible rental car."
A big event like the Super Bowl makes travel to Miami, Florida more expensive.
"Hotels are running anywhere from $145 and up, so this time of year going down to the Super Bowl the prices are going to be really increased," said Martin.
While a lot of Chiefs fans will wait for the results of Sunday's game before booking, Martin said to do some homework now.
"If you're thinking about going I would go ahead and start looking at hotels, looking at possible rental cars. I would start maybe pricing out some airline tickets. Start getting ahead of the game a little bit," he said.
Martin said it's also important to account for delays because there's a risk that weather might impact travel.
He said travel agents can take away some of the stress.
"Come in and see us," Martin said, "There's a lot of good websites out there that have good deals on them, so I would start checking those out. Come in and see us and we can start looking for you."
You can watch the Chiefs take on the Titans on WIBW-TV at 2 p.m. Sunday.