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Chiefs fans do what it takes to support their team

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Posted at 9:14 AM, Feb 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-01 10:14:53-05

MIAMI — As Miami turns into a sea of red, Chiefs fans are making a vacation out of their Super Bowl experience.

Fans descended on Ocean Drive, a staple in South Beach. Aside from the restaurants and bars, many fans stacked their schedules with beach activities ahead of game day.

“We’re going to play some sand volleyball, then we’re going to play some bags, then we’re going to karaoke, than we’re going to go to the game," said Colin Moran.

While some Chiefs fans have their ticket to the big game, others are still hoping to find a great deal.

“I do not have a ticket I can’t afford it, I spend all my money at Arrowhead and I can’t justify six years worth of Chiefs tickets at Arrowhead for one game, so I”m just going to be here with Chiefs fans going crazy and make sure the spirits here and we bring home that trophy where it belongs - Kansas City," said Ty Rowton.

Inside the stadium or not, Chiefs fans want to be in the Super Bowl atmosphere around Miami.

Daniel Lopez and friends hit the highway from Kansas City, Missouri. Lopez told 41 Action News he had been saving up money for last years Super Bowl in Atlanta before the unfortunate loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game.

Lopez brought a Patrick Mahomes inspired Kermit the Frog in hopes it brings the team some good luck.

"For those that don’t know, this is Kermit Mahomies, it’s just a shoutout to Patrick Mahomes voice, you know everybody gives him a lot of flack for having a Kermit the voice, but at the end of the day it’s all fun and games and he’s here to support as well, and if you don’t follow him on Instagram, he’s Kermit_Mahomies_15 and he’ll be at the game," said Lopez.