An Alternative Guide to Super Bowl Sunday
So you’re a big football fan and you want to know how to get the best prices on tickets for the Super Bowl in Houston this year. Right?
You’re a football lover and you want to throw a fun-filled Super Bowl party at home on a budget. That sounds plausible.
Okay, it’s your significant other who is the football nerd and you need to find something affordable to do on Super Bowl Sunday so as not to be there when they’re nerding out on incomplete passes, 15-yard penalties and respecting the line of scrimmage (whatever that is). Sound better?
Maybe you’re sick of the winter, have no idea what a football looks like and just want to get some time in the sun for this Super Bowl weekend?
Whatever your plans are for Super Bowl Sunday this year, we’ve got you covered in our Alternative Guide to Super Bowl Sunday. This week in the lead-up to Super Bowl 51, we are pre-gaming on Couponbox.com with the following articles to help you enjoy game day the affordable way:
Check back with us every day for updates as we add articles to this series.
In the meantime, here are some stats for you:
Super Bowl 51: Everything Else You Need to Know
Super Bowl Attendance
The Super Bowl has been around since 1967 and a total of 3,889,920 people have attended to date. The highest attendance for a single game was at Super Bowl 14 in Pasadena’s Rose Bowl on January 20, 1980 where there were 103,985 people in attendance.
This year, the 51st Super Bowl will take place on February 5th at 6:30 pm at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. While remaining tickets to attend the game itself currently cost between $3,270 and $11,283 with fees according to StubHub, the most affordable way to enjoy the game is by watching it on TV or streaming it online.
Super Bowl Viewership
According to Sports Media Watch, 2016’s Super Bowl 50 had approximately 112 million viewers. However, the all-time highest number of viewers was in 2015 when there were approximately 114 million viewers.
Reports expect this year’s Super Bowl 51 (aka Super Bowl LI) to break that record when the New England Patriots clash with the Atlanta Falcons.
Super Bowl Spending (Infographic)
When Is Super Bowl 51 Taking Place?
The Super Bowl will kick off on Sunday, February 5 at 6:30 PM.
Where Can I Watch the Super Bowl?
There are dozens of ways to watch Super Bowl LI for free on the internet on FOX or stream it online.
Where Is the Super Bowl Taking Place?
This year, the Super Bowl will take place in Houston’s NRG Stadium.
Who Is Headlining the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show?
The show will be headlined by Lady Gaga with an intro by Tony Bennet and is sponsored this year by Pepsi.
To tide you over until then, here’s the track that started it all for the Princess of Pop.