Viewing preferences aside, Super Bowl Sunday is a pretty big deal. The average price of a ticket to the live event costs close to $5,000, and about 171 million people watch the game from home. When it comes to food, more than 14 billion hamburgers and 1.25 billion chicken wings will be consumed at Super Bowl parties. Don’t even get me started on how much a Super Bowl commercial goes for, or how many tweets are sent during the game. If you don’t believe me, check out the facts in today’s infographic.
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Super Bowl XLIX By The Numbers
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Infographic source: WalletHub