The city is preparing for the parade of a lifetime as millions of people could be on hand to celebrate the city’s first Super Bowl. In addition to folks who live here, many of our friends that were born and raised in the city are flying or driving back to the area to celebrate with us.
Are you a displaced Eagles fan? Tell us how far you’ll be coming to see this once-in-a-lifetime moment. Here are some of the lengths people are going to so they can be in Philadelphia on Thursday.
Flying In tomorrow night from Florida born and raised in Philly whoo hoo can’t wait to come home to see my Eagles waited 46 years for this wouldn’t miss it for anything hope to see @brandongraham55 big smile some how some way through all the millions of people ❤️🙏🦅— nancy a. robinson (@nancyarobinson1) February 7, 2018
Three hours after the game, my friend (also an Eagles fan) and I drove from the University of Missouri six hours through the night to meet his dad in Chicago. After a quick power nap, we drove 12 hours straight to reach Oreland at 2:30 am Tuesday. Wouldn’t miss this for anything!— Brendan Lavell (@brendan_lavell) February 7, 2018
San Diego...$1,173— Brian Riley (@briley317) February 7, 2018
I left Milwaukee, WI about 15 mins after the ceremony presentation was over and drove home. Drove 6 hrs straight thru to Cleveland, slept for 4 hours, got up and drove the rest of the way. Not going to miss this for the world! @Eagles pic.twitter.com/F2Hv778vuf— Joe Hipp (@phightinphils) February 7, 2018
Yep! Flying in from St. Petersburg, FL. Bought three(!!!) tickets based on changing parade info. But my bank account and I will get over it. Go Birds!— Kathleen Garvin (@Kathleen_Garvin) February 7, 2018
I flew in from Dallas just for the parade. Wouldn’t miss it for the world. Go birds!— Shawn Conway (@shawn_bear) February 7, 2018
Driving from High Point NC. My dad took me out of school in 3rd grade for the Phillies parade. I’m taking myself out of school to join my dad for an Eagles parade.— a (@realbigal26) February 6, 2018
Driving from Kentucky. Dads driving from Missouri— Erin Pearson (@_erinepearson) February 6, 2018