Chances are good you’ll be watching the Big Game this Sunday.
According to a recent survey done by the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association, “The average game watcher will spend $68.54 on new TVs for viewing parties, snacks, decor and athletic apparel, up from $63.87 last year. Total spending is expected to reach nearly $12.3 billion.” Yes. That’s billion with a “b.”
RAMA also reveals that nearly three-quarters (74%) of those watching the game will buy wings, pizza, chips, soda and more for themselves or their guests. 7.5 million will buy decorations and 17 million fans will buy team apparel or accessories to support their team, up from 14.8 million last year.
99.3 million of us will either throw or attend a party which can be great fun, but can also cost a bit of money. If you want to throw a fun, stress-free party with great food and great fun, I’ve gathered my top ten tips to make the experience memorable while staying within your budget.
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