The Super Bowl is known for its star-studded guests and elaborate halftime shows that feature some of the music’s biggest names.
And oh yeah, the soccer game.
The average cost of a Super Bowl 2022 ticket was the most expensive ever, Bloomberg mentioned. For the average American fan, spending $7,807 on an upstairs seat is a massive blow to the wallet. According to NBCSportsThat was how much SeatGeek was listed for a single ticket for Super Bowl LVI, while the cheapest Ticketmaster tickets went for $6,800 and VIP seats cost $81,800. In 2020, the median US household income was $67,521 according to United States Census Bureau.
so for Bengals quarterback Joe Borough, who played in his first Super Bowl game in his Hollywood backyard, the environment was one he wasn’t quite accustomed to. when asked On the Colin Cord Podcast How much he remembers from his first Super Bowl LVI series, Burrow said the environment wasn’t normal for a football match.
“It felt like a dinner party and we were the entertainment,” Burrow said. “Because I mean you get out of a road game in Kansas City, a road game in Tennessee and then you win your first home game in the playoffs in 30 years. And then you go to the Super Bowl, and it’s a lot more corporate business. It only took a second to get used to it.” It didn’t feel like a football playoff. It was a strange feeling at first for sure.”
The ‘Dinner Party’ featured A-Lists such as rappers Drake, Kanye West, Hailey, Justin Bieber, baseball legend Alex Rodriguez, actors Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell, among many others.
But don’t forget the stars on the field; Matthew Stafford of the Rams, Cooper Cope, and Aaron Donald played spoilers for Joe Burrow & Co. at SoFi Stadium, and finished with Los Angeles winning 23-20.
As the second week of the 2022 NFL season approaches, Cincinnati will be looking to repeat the Cinderella Tour. Although they lost to the Steelers in overtime during their first game, losing the Super Bowl doesn’t affect the team’s minds.
“Like I said, we put this behind us. We lost, we had a great year, and we are moving forward,” Boro said in May.
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