Super Bowl 2024 By The Numbers


Super Bowl 2024 by the numbers. How much do you know about the Super Bowl? The recent WalletHub Super Bowl study provides 65+ fun facts about Super Bowl LVIII, including:


  • This is the first time Las Vegas and Nevada are hosting the Super Bowl.
  • The Super Bowl’s economic impact for the local economy is expected to be $1.1 billion.
  • The Chiefs are making their 6th appearance in the Super Bowl and have won three times.
  • The 49er’s are making their 8th appearance in the Super Bowl and have won five times.
  • 115.1 million people watched Super Bowl last year, making it the most watched show ever.
  • 12 NFL franchises have never won a Super Bowl. 
  • The lowest daily hotel rate forecasted is $299 (that’s less than the $452 last year in Glendale, Arizona).
  • The average price of a ticket to the Super Bowl on the resale market is $10,752, a 93% increase from last year’s Super Bowl.
  • The most expensive Super Bowl ticket ever paid was $40,000.
  • Almost 72,000 fans are expected to attend the game on Sunday.
  • The average fan will spend some $275 for food and drinks over the four days of the Super Bowl weekend
  • 112.5 million Americans will host or attend a Super Bowl party.
  • The average calories for the average Super Bowl party feast are 8,083.
  • 250 million avocados will be purchased for Super Bowl dishes.
  • Pizza is the #1 food preferred by 28% of Americans, resulting in a 40% increase in pizza orders compared with a “normal” Sunday.
  • 10 million pounds of ribs will be purchased for Super Bowl dishes.
  • 75% of Americans say that chips and dips are their favorite Super Bowl Sunday food. No wonder 11.3 million pounds of chips will be consumed on Sunday.
  • 50 million cases of beer will be purchased for Super Bowl Sunday equal to $1 billion in sales. 90% more beer is consumed on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day.
  • 18.8 million people will miss work on the Monday after Super Bowl, resulting in $9.2 billion in lost productivity.
  • 18% of Americans say the ads are the best part of Super Bowl. 95% of Americans say the funny ads are their favorite.
  • The cost of a 30 second ad is $7 million.
  • 50 million Americans are expected to bet on Super Bowl LVIII. Legal bets may total $1.3 billion (20% more than in 2023).


For more fun facts about the quintessentially American Super Bowl tradition,  check out the full article from WalletHub: Super Bowl Fun Facts – The Big Game By The Numbers.




Super Bowl 2024 By The Numbers


These Super Bowl Fun Facts are provided by Nina Hollander with Coldwell Banker Realty, Greater Charlotte residential real estate expert. 


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