When Is Super Bowl LIII? How Can You Watch? Get All The Details Here
By Bill Galluccio
January 28, 2019
Over 100 million people are expected to watch the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February 3rd. Tom Brady and the Patriots are hoping to bounce back after losing last year's Super Bowl to the Philadelphia Eagles, while Rams quarterback Jared Goff is looking for his first championship ring in just his second full NFL season.
The the action on the field will certainly be exciting, but many people will be watching for the commercials. This year, a 30-second commercial cost over $5 million. Companies pull out all the stops for their ads, even hiring celebrities to star in them. Steve Carell and Cardi B have been confirmed to make cameos for Pepsi, while Jeff Bridges will reprise his role as The Dude.
Fans are expected to wager $6 billion on the game. Not only will people place money on the outcome, but prop bets are becoming increasingly popular. Bettors can wager on everything from the color of the Gatorade bath the winning coach will get to how long the national anthem performance will last.
Here's all the information you need to know about the Big Game.
When is the Super Bowl?
How can you watch the Super Bowl?
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Can you still get tickets?
If you happen to be in Atlanta with some money to burn, you can still buy tickets online. Tickets start at $3,150 on Ticketmaster and are slightly lower on StubHub. As gameday gets closer, ticket prices will continue to rise so if you want to watch the game in person, you should act fast.
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