Americans to Spend 14.8 BLN USD on Super Bowl

Added On February 5, 2019

A survey shows that Americans are expected to spend 14.8 billion U.S. dollars while watching this year's Super Bowl.    
According to the latest annual survey, released by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics, about 182.5 million American adults plan to watch this year's National Football League championship game, and each of them is expected to spend 81.3 dollars on average.    
The survey showed that the biggest spenders will be aged between 35 and 44 years old, who are willing to spend an average of some 123 dollars.
About 43 percent of those who plan to watch the game said the game itself is the most important part of the event, but 23 percent of the people will focus on the commercials. 
Another 14 percent consider getting together with friends more important, while 13 percent are looking forward to the halftime show.