Super Bowl LIV
The 2020 Super Bowl will be held at the home of the Miami Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium where the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will battle for the championship title as over 98 million viewers tune in.
The action will begin at 5:30 PM on 02.02.2020. Keep scrolling to read some fun facts about the big game!
1967: $12 for the best seat.
2020: Individual tickets are listed as low as $4,165 or a four-person box suite can be purchased for $119,000!
It’s become an American tradition to tune in to watch the super bowl, and quite often, as a social gathering. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Super Bowl Sunday is America’s “second-largest food consumption day.” (Only Thanksgiving Day beats it.)
Player Salary Bonuses
Losing team: In 2019, each player on an active roster received an additional $59,000.
Winning team: If listed as an active player on the winning team in 2019, you would have received an additional check for $118,000.
The 1989 Super Bowl halftime show was broadcast in 3D (a novelty for this time). In it, a magician dressed like Elvis Presley had the entire stadium participate in a round of the classic “Is this your card?” trick.
JLo & Shakira are predicted to keep the fans on their feet in 2020.
1967: $40,000 for one commercial spot.
2020: $5.6 million for one thirty second commercial.
Where to Watch
TrioVision: channels 9 or 409 HD
Locast: Download the FREE app on your streaming device and watch the game on KTTW.
It’s a common theme for the most talked about celebrities to attend the championship game. Historically, stars such as Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Marc Anthony, John Legend, Kourtney Kardashian, and Mark Wahlberg have been spotted, just to name a few.
On San Francisco’s Super Bowl XXIII game-winning drive in 1989, Joe Montana saw a celebrity spectator; in mid-huddle, he nonchalantly asked his teammates, “Hey isn’t that John Candy over there?”.