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The oscars vs The Super Bowl

The Oscars versus the Super Bowl The Oscars 1st Annual Academy Awards May 16th, 1929 Sources:,,, NY Daily News, NFL,,, Gaming Control Board, Free Press Release The Super Bowl has NEVER been postponed Best Picture of 1927/1928: “Wings" Ticket Price: $5 Attendance: 250 Super Bowl Super Bowl 1 Jan 15th, 1967 Winner- Green Bay Packers Ticket Price: $10.00 Attendance: 61,946 111 million viewers 2010 Season (most watched program in US history) 41.3 million viewers (2010) $1.7M ABC TV ads sell out for the 2011 Oscars at $1.7 million for 30 seconds $3M ! The Oscars have been postponed three times: 1) Flooding 2) Martin Luther King assassination TV ads for the 2011 Super Bowl (XLV) sell for $3M for 30 seconds 3) Attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan Snickers would have to sell 6,329,406 candy bars to pay for a $3 million ad, while Bridgestone would have to sell 298,656 tires and Skechers (SKX) would have to sell 205,339 pairs of shoes Each year, the NFL shells A Jostens-made Super Bowl ring being sold by an anonymous member of the 1997 Green Bay Packers losers. That covers the cost comes with the original wooden box and free shipping for the tidy sum of $40,000 out $1,125,000 for Super Bowl championship rings - $750,000 to the winning team and $375,000 to the of 150 rings for each team It costs about five hundred dollars to make an Oscar statuette, and they make around 50 per year $1.25M $500 The highest price paid for an Oscar at auction was the $1.54 million dollar winning bid by the late Michael Jackson for David 0. Selznick's Best Picture Oscar $87.5M $87.5 million was wagered in Nevada's 183 sports books on this year's Super Bowl $41M A whopping 41 million was bet on Slumdog Millionaire" last year

The oscars vs The Super Bowl

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