Super Bowl by the numbers
Last year, more than 108 million people gathered in bars, lounges and living rooms, donning their favorite team’s apparel and eating and drinking while they cheered on their beloved players during the Super Bowl.
This year’s numbers are supposed to have been even higher.
To better examine the phenomenon, we have compiled a list that takes into consideration the economic impact of the Super Bowl, as well as some interesting economic statistics about the two teams that competed in this year's Super Bowl.
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