Super Bowl LIII By The Numbers: Tickets, Food, Ads, Economics, Media, Betting And More
Super Bowl LII is one of the biggest events in the world and the numbers for things like tickets, food, ads, betting and more are simply preposterous.
How preposterous? Well, the folks over at WalletHub.com crunched the numbers and discovered…
• The cost of hosting Super Bowl LII is $46 million.
• The economic impact of Super Bowl LII on the city of Atlanta will be $400 million.
• Super Bowl LII tourists will spend an average of $305 a day.
• The average price of a ticket to Super Bowl LII on the resale market is $7,166.
• 52.4% of Americans think the Monday after a Super Bowl should be a holiday.
• 1 in 10 people will miss work the Monday after the Super Bowl.
• 14,500 tons of chips will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.
• 67% more pizza is consumed on Super Bowl Sunday than on an average day.
• 51.7 million cases of beer are sold on Super Bowl Sunday.
• Over $158 million will be wagered on Super Bowl LII – a new record.
• 92% of adults who have bet on the Super Bowl have lost money.
• CBS Sports is expected to make $482 million in ad sales from Super Bowl LII.
• 5,800 journalists are expected to cover Super Bowl LII.
• Strippers have to pay $350 for a permit to dance on Super Bowl Sunday in Atlanta.
And that’s just the tip of the Super Bowl LII iceberg. Take a look at what else they learned below…