Americans' big spending for Super Bowl Sunday festivities

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The average American will spend about $80 on food, drinks and decorations for the big game. This year Super Bowl spending is expected to hit $15.3 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. The forecast is up 8.5% from last year.

Four out of five Americans say they’re tuning in on Sunday. More people will host watch parties at home as opposed to hitting the bar. Consumers in their late 20s and early 30s will spend about $180 on Super Bowl gear and food on average.

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