Luxury car rentals are revving up in San Francisco thanks to the upcoming Super Bowl 50, which will be played next month at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
Beverly Hills Rent A Car said it is boosting supply to meet the Super Bowl demands.
"Most large SUVs are sold out," said Jhoie Encinas, Beverly Hills Rent A Car. "We have to bring most vehicles from LA to SF to have enough vehicles for Super Bowl.
San Francisco is playing host to week-long festivities leading up to the big game. High rollers looking to cruise the Bay Area in style while the Super Bowl is in town can find Ferraris renting for $1,599 a day and Bentleys going for up to $2,000 a day.
Status Jet said private charter bookings are taking off. The company's CEO said 20 Super Bowl flights have been booked, with 10 more flights in the works. The CEO also said a group of Carolina Panthers fans is spending $40,000 to land in the Bay Area.
Meanwhile, anyone looking for a four-legged friend to watch the game with are in luck.
Puppies at Animal Care and Control are getting ready to compete at Super Bowl City in the Puppy Bowl. The puppies will be available for adoption after their games.