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Superbowl Snack Facts:
Friday, February 01, 2008
As the New England Patriots try to go 19-0 against the New York Giants for Superbowl XLII we thought that you might enjoy some Superbowl Snack Facts.
  • Ads on the Superbowl will cost roughly $2.7 million for a 30 second spot.
  • Cars.com was committed to purchasing two spots.
  • There are 58 30 second TV spots available during the Superbowl
  • Toshiba will be running an HD DVD ad with an estimated cost of $3 million for the 30 second spot.
  • This will be the first time a Super Bowl is played on a retractable natural-grass field surface.
  • Super Bowl Sunday is Domino's Pizza's biggest day of the year, selling more than 1.2 million pies.
  • It is estimated that Americans will eat 90 million pounds of chicken wings, which breaks down to 450 million individual wings!
  • The most chicken wings will be consumed in the states of Utah and Louisiana
  • The Haas Avocado Board says 49.5 million pounds of avocados will be downed on Super Bowl Sunday, making it the largest avocado eating day of the year.
  • The most potato chips will be consumed in the states of New Mexico and Virginia
  • The 2006 Super Bowl was the highest rated TV show of the year, attracting more than 90 million U.S. viewers.
  • The Super Bowl will be distributed by the NFL and NFL International to 223 countries and territories.
  • Super Bowl advertisers in 2006 saw a sharp increase in visits to their web sites following the big game.

Super Bowl Weeks - Largest Overall Sales Increase

– Tortilla Chips — $10.2 million

– Light Beer — $9.2 million

– Regular Beer — $8.7 million

– Potato Chips — $7.8 million

– Regular Cola — $7.7 million

– Frozen Pizza — $7.3 million

– All remaining Carb Bev — $5.5 million

– Frozen Poultry 1-Food Entree’s — $5.4 million

– Mexican Sauce — $5.3 million

– Ice Cream — $4.7 million

Two-weeks ending February 11, 2006 Source ACNielsen; Supermarket sales

More Superbowl food stats.


posted by Jody @ Friday, February 01, 2008  
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