The Super Bowl is such an iconic event that even those who don’t care for sports still attend viewing parties to see the game. Sure, it’s about the sport itself, but the Super Bowl is also about the halftime performance, the commercials, and the celebrities in the crowd. If you miss the Super Bowl, you’re basically counting yourself out of every conversation that’ll take place in the weeks following the game. Given how culturally important this football game is, it’s no surprise that people will pay a pretty price for front-row seats.
As of the time of writing, Ticketmaster is selling Super Bowl tickets for $9,000-$53,500 each, depending on which seat you get. If you want a suite, like Taylor Swift gets, that’ll cost you a pretty penny. The cheapest suite for a regular game – so, not like what Taylor Swift gets – goes for $18,000-$20,000. Just in case you were planning on dating an athlete so you can get in for free, you should know that the NFL doesn’t gift suites. As for a suite at the Super Bowl, that’ll set you back $600,000-$2,600,000. If you want a full suite at the Super Bowl, complete with a buffet, drinks, and 26 tickets, you’ll need to shell out close to $2.6m, while the tickets for $600,000 are really just luxury seats.
Will Taylor Swift Be There?
If the Kansas City Chiefs make it to the Super Bowl, we assume Taylor Swift will be there to cheer Travis Kelce on. However, whether or not that happens remains to be seen. Given that the pop star is worth $1.1b, we’re not too worried about her ability to pay for comfy seats. It’s also possible that Kelce, who has a net worth of $30m will buy a ticket for his girlfriend.
Or, you know, they can break up between now and the game. Anything can happen!
Nobody has a perfect memory. You can blame information overload, multitasking, lack of sleep, stress… the reasons are many. However, even without these distractions, we can still mix up life’s details, or as people call it, the Mandela Effect.
Why Is It Called the Mandela Effect?
The term “Mandela Effect” was established in 2009 by paranormal researcher Fiona Broome. She created a webpage to detail her observance of the phenomenon.
The Famous Star Wars Line
Many people think that in the movie Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Darth Vader says “Luke, I am your father.” In reality, Vader actually stated, “No, I am your father.”
The Smile of Mona Lisa
There are countless discussions about the most famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci. Some say that is smiling; however, others believe that her expression has changed over time. A conspiracy theory or false memory? It can be difficult to say.
The Fruit of the Loom
It doesn’t matter what you remember, the famous American underwear brand never featured a cornucopia behind the fruits in the logo. It has always depicted currants, green grapes, a red apple, purple grapes, and leaves. It turns out that there is no cornucopia in sight!
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Who remembers the Evil Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for her famous “Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” We’ve all been saying it wrong, as Disney’s most iconic villain says, “Magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?”
The Famous KitKat Logo
Did you happen to notice the hyphen in the candy bar’s name the last time you broke off a piece of the KitKat bar? No? It turns out that there is no hyphen separating the “Kit” from the “Kat.” There is no space, either. You can find plenty of people who think that there is a hyphen, but this is just one more example of the Mandela Effect.
More About This Curious Effect
The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where people remember things differently than they happened. Some specialists think that this is evidence of an alternative universe. Others think that it’s proof that a person’s memory is flawed. More research is needed to figure out which is correct.