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The Business of Super Bowl XLVIII

There's nothing small about this year’s big game: the crowds, the money, the hype. And it all means big business.

Ticket prices:
The median price for a ticket is $3,298, with an overall average price of $3,721, according to SeatGeek.
Expected temperature on game day:
High of 36 degrees.
Highest attended game:
Super Bowl XIV between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles Rams in 1980 with 103,985 people in attendance.
Food consumption:
1.25 billion wings will be devoured during the big game, according to the National Chicken Council.
If you build it, they will come:
MetLife Stadium in Northern New Jersey opened in 2010 and cost $1.6 billion.

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