SALT LAKE CITY — The Super Bowl LIII features the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams on Feb. 3 at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Those are the basic facts, but here is the rest of the info you need for the big event: tickets, food and how to watch the game.
Ticket and concessions prices
As only a few season ticket holders can actually purchase Super Bowl tickets at face value, most ticket sales happen through ticket brokers, and from what we found on Ticketmaster, tickets for the Super Bowl start around $2,900. According to Yahoo! Finance, ticket prices this year dropped following the announcement that the Patriots are returning to the Super Bowl.
With prices to attend the game slightly lower this year, fans can also save money at the concessions. According to Business Insider, Mercedes-Benz Stadium turned concessions into a "fan-first experience," which apparently has "inspired similar deals in other stadiums across the league."
'Tis the season for Super Bowl food
Pizza is a traditional Super Bowl staple, and according to ABC News, the Super Bowl is Domino's "third-busiest delivery day of the year." Domino's sells more than 11 million slices of pizza on Super Bowl Sunday, a 350 percent increase compared to other Sundays.
Food such as potato chips, veggie trays, dips and sandwiches are also popular menu items for Super Bowl parties. According to ABC News, people spend about $227 million on potato chips, $13 million on vegetable trays, $10 million on deli dips, $89 million on popcorn and $58 million on deli sandwiches.
While shopping for Super Bowl food items, be sure to add avocados to the list for your Super Bowl guacamole before all the avocados are gone. According to ABC News, over 100 million pounds of avocados are estimated to be consumed during the Super Bowl.
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For other recipe ideas, see what some Utah bloggers are making for this year's Super Bowl.
Lineup for this year's Super Bowl ads
Business Insider said CBS is charging over $5 million for a 30-second advertisement slot in this year's Super Bowl, which is on par with NBC's pricing from last year.
Some ads to look forward to include those from Colgate, Bumble, Pringles and Toyota, among others.
How to watch the game
Kickoff starts at 4:30 p.m. MST on CBS.
Watch the game on the CBS Sports app, Yahoo app or through the online CBS All Access.