Despite the fact that outside of Las Vegas Americans won't be able to legally bet on the Super Bowl, Americans will still bet an estimated $4.76 billion on the game, with Vegas only dealing with about three percent of that amount! The rest is being handled by offshore bookmakers, local bookies or other operators who certainly don’t pay taxes.
Some number crunchers at SportsHandle.com figured out that -- if gambling were legal all across the U.S. -- state governments would collect nearly $400 million in tax revenue just on Super Bowl 52.
That's a lot of money they're leaving on the table. It seems like politicians would be motivated to grab at least some of it. Ya'd think!
This Super Bowl Sunday, Pizza Hut is making an offer that might involve giving away a lot of free pizza.
If either the Philadelphia Eagles or New England Patriots score the fastest touchdown in Super Bowl history -- within the first 14 seconds of the game – all Pizza Hut rewards members will get a free two-topping medium pizza.
Odds are, this isn’t going to happen. But, it has happened in the past.
Devin Hester did it at Super Bowl 41 in 2007 for the Chicago Bears. And, since 2011, there have been 15 touchdowns scored in the first 14 seconds of a game, including regular season and playoffs.
So, there’s a chance
In 2016, Steven Tyler shot a commercial for Skittles candy that premiered during Super Bowl 50. This time, he's lending his celebrity to Kia, and the South Korean automaker's commercial for its Stinger four-door sedan.
Dressed in auto racing gear, Tyler is seen walking out on the track to race against against another car. But once behind the wheel, instead of going forward, he reverses in time. Images of a younger Tyler are flashed on the screen as Aerosmith's "Dream On" plays.
When the car comes to a stop, he emerges from it as the 1970s Tyler.
Have a look!