Las Vegas has announced that the private jet parking slots for Superbowl weekend are all sold out.
This is as billionaires scramble to make it into Sin City for the big game.
Many football enthusiasts are expected to travel to Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII, willing to spend huge amounts of money on tickets to witness the rematch of the 2020 battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
However, it has been reported that even the richest might struggle to make it to the game even with tickets as getting into the city itself is challenge.
According to the New York Post, spaces at Harry Reid Airport in the city and its two nearest executive jet strips, North Las Vegas and Henderson, for private jet parking have already been all been booked.
Furthermore, slots for Sunday night takeoffs for fans looking to make a swift getaway have also reportedly already gone.
Chioma Kalu with agency report