Baddest Patriots Tailgate Mobiles
When it comes to tailgating, Patriots fans know how to have a good time. For native New Englanders, they know it’s all about the sights, sounds and of course, the food. But when it comes down to tailgating, there’s only one way to prove your superiority. If you’re looking for the ultimate tailgate, look no further. Just bring a healthy appetite, because local food doesn’t get any better than this, and be ready to have one really good time with one of the baddest Patriots tailgating mobiles.
All-Pro Celebrity Tailgate Party
All-Pro has been New England’s premier party for Patriots home-game tailgates for 17 seasons. It offers three great packages: Executive, VIP and Ultimate. Starting at just $189 without a ticket, or $680 with, All-Pro offers something for people of all ages, so this one is family friendly. No matter which package you choose, you’ll get pre-game appetizers, dibs on a raw oyster bar, a full meal and a beverage (including alcohol if you’re over 21 with a valid ID). You’ll also get a post-game meal and beverage. New England Patriots alumni and other celebrities make appearances, too, so you’ll be sure to have an unforgettable time.
“Beer, burgers, steak tips, more beer, hot dogs, chili, beer… oh yeah, and football.” What could be better? Rated as the number one party bus in Boston, the Bustonian offers the ultimate Patriots tailgating ride. If you have a ticket and just need a ride, it’s only $100 per person, including all you can eat both pre- and post-game. If you don’t have a ticket, no problem. Just pay an extra fee and The Bustonian will go above and beyond to get you into the game. Or for around $1,500, Bustonian will even pick you and your tailgating crew up (anywhere you are) and get you to Gillette Stadium. This ride isn’t family friendly, though. If there is alcohol on the bus, you have to be 21 to join the party.
Whether you’re heading to a home or an away game, Bowl Bus will get you there. Its luxury round-trip charter service extends the tailgating experience through your travel time. Bowl Bus works to offer tickets at group rates as well, so tailgating with this ride will even save you money. You’ll need to bring your own food and drink, though.
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Victoria Myers is a freelance writer covering all things Boston. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.