MIAMI — Super Bowl LIV tickets are hard to come by, but the cost isn't keeping Chiefs Kingdom away from Miami.
Thirty-year Chiefs season ticket holder, Christopher Munsterman left his family at home and traveled to Miami Wednesday.
Munsterman told 41 Action News the decision was a wedding promise his wife made to him years ago.
His wife promised that if the Chiefs ever went to the Super Bowl, they would find a way to get him to the game.
“My main thing is that we represent the Kingdom all over this city, all week long, for the rest of the week anyway and I’m looking forward to the Super Bowl, I’ve got a pretty good ticket, I was lucky enough to get a good ticket so, I can’t wait. I’m going to be loud and proud the whole game," Munsterman said.
Aside from being on the field, Munsterman has one of the best seats in the house. He'll be representing Chiefs Kingdom in the fourth row on Super Bowl Sunday.