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The lavish Playboy Super Bowl Party in Dallas

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Posted 8:20am on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011

While we already knew that the Playboy Super Bowl Party was set for Friday, Feb. 4 at the Bud Light Hotel (Aloft Hotel) in downtown Dallas, the specific details are starting to emerge. The celebrities, athletes and VIP guests will begin to arrive at 9 p.m. with the entertainment by legendary rappers Snoop Dogg and Warren G. as well as rapping sensation Flo Rida.

The lucky few who get to attend this ultra-exclusive gathering will mingle with Playboy Playmates and models in an event space that will be inspired by the current and future Playboy Clubs -- Las Vegas, Miami, Macau, London and Cancun. The party will bring these five cities to life all in one setting. The 193-room Bud Light Hotel will transform the hotel's parking lot into a premiere concert venue capable of hosting 3,500 guests.

This will be Playboy's 11th time to host a party during Super Bowl weekend. Last year's party in Miami featured such celebrities as Alyssa Milano, Kanye West, Usher, Lil John, Lauren Conrad, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Piven, Adrian Grenier, Gabrielle Union and Tony Romo.

While the party is basically invite-only, CNBC's Darren Rovell reported that Inside Sports & Entertainment has been granted the exclusive right to sell 600 tickets to the general public. A single ticket to the party will cost $1,250. If you are after bottle service and a couch to sit on, it goes up to $1,750 with a minimum of 10 to be purchased.

In case you were wondering, the most expensive face-value ticket to Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium is $1,300 for club seats.

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