Travel agency Omaha says it has booked an Omni-Bike tour to get you to the Superbowl and back.
In an email to The Associated Press, Omaha wrote the tour is for customers traveling between Omaha and New Orleans.
It’s priced at $1,300 for a 12-hour stay, or $2,200 for a one-day stay.
The tour will include a ride from the Omni-Bar to the downtown Omni-Cafe.
“We’re excited to bring our Omni-Bus to the area for the first time ever,” Omaha said in the email.
“The Super Bowl will be our biggest market yet, and the best way to make that happen is to have a great time.”
The Omni-BUS is not expected to start service until March, according to Omaha.
It will have seats for 2,500 and a bar for about 400.
Omaha, a Denver-based company that owns a number of other hotels and motels, said it hopes to have the OmniBus up and running by the end of 2018.
The OmniBus will be a major boost to the region’s tourism industry, said Richard Kuzma, president of the Omni Tourism Association, an industry group that represents hotels and restaurants.
The OmniBus is expected to add a new segment to the travel market, Kuzmas said.
Omaha is the latest to offer the Omni Bus.
Last month, the Omaha-based hotel chain announced a partnership with the National Football League’s Super Bowl 50 event in Denver.
The Omaha-area hotel chain has also partnered with other companies to open hotels near the Super Sunday event.
Omnaha has a long history of offering its services for the public, including providing a shuttle bus to the Rose Bowl in 2010 and the Superdome in 2012.
The company’s OmniBus service also is expected in Houston, which hosted Super Bowl XLVIII.
Owens, the company’s vice president of marketing, said the OmniBUS would be a great way for people to get out and experience the sights, sounds and atmosphere of the Supercomet event.