Super Bowl 2017: What Time Is Kick-Off, How To Watch Live Or Stream, How Much Do The Tickets And Commercials Cost?

We’re a day away from Super Bowl LI where the New England Patriots will take on the Atlanta Falcons in Houston. Did you get your tickets yet? It’s not too late, there are plenty of seats still available, but it will cost you. Secondary market company TicketIQ states that the average list price per ticket to Super Bowl LI is currently $4,900. The cheapest ticket available is $2,280 and tickets to sit in section 106 at the 50-yard line are running at $25,000 EACH. So it sounds like you’re not going to be in the building for Super Bowl LI, so let’s see when and how you can watch it from the comfort of your home.

When: Sunday, Feb. 5, 6:30 p.m. ET
Where: NRG Stadium in Houston
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
TV: Fox
Streaming: Fox Sports GO. Viewers can use iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon tablets or through connected devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire and Xbox One.
Online Replay: NFL Game Pass will have Super Bowl LI available at 12:01 a.m. on Monday
The National Anthem: Luke Bryan
Halftime Show: Lady Gaga

What about those of you who just want to watch Super Bowl commercials? There are a surprisingly large amount of people who just watch the big game to see commercials despite being hit over the head with ads at every second of their lives and despite the SB commercials being available before Super Bowl Sunday (As seen here). Prosper Insights and Analytics reports that 17.7% of adults say that advertisements are the most important part of the event.

Those commercials to a vast audience of an expected 116.5 million people will cost companies a pretty penny. Super Bowl LI ads are said to cost between $5 million and $5.5 million for a 30-second ad in this year’s game.

So get your favorite snacks and your most cherished adult beverage and prepare to enjoy the Super Bowl or the commercials or the halftime show or just the company of friends.