For many Americans the Super Bowl is the sporting highlight of the year; but attending the event is pricey, with Super Bowl tickets selling for an average $4,744 (£3,836) on the secondary market, according to TicketCity, and the highest price ticket going for an eye-watering $74,928 (£60,601).
There's always a way around these things, though, isn't there? These four guys prove that, because they managed to sneak into the NRG Stadium by posing as workers and using a ladder they found on the side of the road. Yeah, as complex as that.
They also filmed their adventures for us to enjoy and uploaded the footage to YouTube.
On the way the foursome got stopped by TMZ who asked them about their genius plan to get inside:
Even the lads can't seem to believe it; although one of them does raise a very good point, 'you look important when you have a ladder'.
Honestly, they look about 12, how did no one think to ask who they were working for?
The whole thing will be one in the eye for the security team at the Super Bowl definitely made worse by the fact that an FBI spokeswoman, Christina Garza, told Newsday that the team had been planning the security for the event for three years. Little bit awkward that four young lads with a ladder managed to get past that.
Featured Image Credit: TMZ Sport