"Everybody in Nebraska loves Orlando, Florida." That's the sentiment of Steve Glenn of Executive Travel in Lincoln.
But to get to the home of Disney World, you'll have to land flights. Glenn still has room on his all inclusive charter trip from Lincoln.
"The package includes the charter, the ticket, the lodging and all the fun stuff down in Orlando. The package runs about $1,795 per person, double occupancy."
If you are not planning on the all inclusive trip, you can book flights from between $300-$400, but you have to stay in Orlando an extra day.
"There are some options if you can come back on the 4th of January that saves you a couple of hundred dollars so the more flexibility you have, maybe it's a good time to stay down and visit Disney World a little longer. You'll probably save money if you can stay a couple of extra days after the game," said Glenn.
Flights are booking fast. The closer the bowl game gets, the more the prices will go up.
"It's the holiday season so it's not just our bowl game. There's another bowl game in Tampa and another in Jacksonville. All the bowls in Florida and everybody travels to the hubs."
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