Some people have to work on Super Bowl Sunday, including the Domino's Pizza delivery guys. The company estimates that it will deliver 9 million pieces of pizza to hungry viewers. Domino's Pizza
It's party time
It's all about the numbers — even at the Super Bowl. But forget the quarterbacks' passer rating or who has the higher ranked defense. What you really need are the fun facts to amuse your friends at your Super Bowl party — and we have them for you.
Just how much money can a Super Bowl bring to an area? Try $150 million! That includes all the money spent by fans, sponsors, media and other visitors in the Indianapolis area last year. Cha-ching! PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Are you ready for some ... food?
Make sure you pick up some extra bleu cheese dressing to dip the 1.23 billion chicken wings fans will be eating on Sunday. That actually adds up to more than 100 million pounds of chicken wings. National Chicken Council
Hey buddy, can you spare a job?
In the past 20 years, 17 Super Bowls have been won by the team that hails from the city with the lower unemployment rate. It would seem a win for the Ravens is a slam dunk then with Baltimore's 7.2 percent rate trumping San Francisco's 8.2 percent rate. One theory for this? A higher unemployment rate means fans are less likely to pay for football tickets and team gear. RiseSmart
Vegetables at a Super Bowl party? That's right! In fact, the healthy treat is the top food eaten in homes during Super Bowl. Of course, we all know they taste better when someone brings some dip. NPD Group
When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, nine out of 10 watchers are going to be at a home — either their house or someone else's. That's a lot of Super Bowl parties. The Nielsen Company
Make it delivery
Some people have to work on Super Bowl Sunday, including the Domino's Pizza delivery guys. The company estimates that it will deliver 11 million pieces of pizza to hungry viewers. Domino's Pizza
Worth the gamble?
Betting on the Super Bowl? You bet! Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are likely to bet on the big game with men outnumbering women who decide to put some cash on the line. But be warned: 92% of those surveyed said they've actually lost money gambling on the Super Bowl in the past. CouponCabin.com
I dip, you dip, we dip
Dips are a favorite among Super Bowl snackers with 32% saying they plan on eating some form of the snack. Whether it's spinich dip for veggies or cheese dip for chips, it's not a true Super Bowl without the dip. Supervalu Snack Down Survey by Harris Interactive
Where to go?
What would you give up to actually go to the Super Bowl? A vacation would be skipped by 23 percent of those surveyed, followed by an important work responsibility (21%), the wedding of a close friend or family member (20%), the funeral of a loved one (19%) and the birth of a child (15%). CouponCabin.com
Chomping on chips
It takes lots of spuds to make the 11.2 million pounds of potato chips that fans will be munching on in front of the television during the big game. But all those chips come with a price. Those many bags of chips will account for 27 billion calories and 1.8 billion grams of fat. Those grams of fat all up, too — it's equal to four million pounds of fat nationally. Maybe the veggies aren't a bad idea. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
What goes well with chips? Guacamole! That would explain the 8 million pounds of avocados football fans will be mashing up to dip their chips in. California Avocado Commission
It's a dog's life
Hot diggity dog! That's what fans said in 2009 when 55,200 hot dogs were served at the stadium in Tampa Bay when it hosted Super Bowl XLIII. But there's no word on which condiments fans preferred. Raymond James Stadium
It's not just the pizza delivery guys who will be ringing doorbells. It turns out that roughly 48 million Americans will order takeout or delivery food from a restaurant instead of cooking up grub at home. National Restaurant Association
Turn on the TV
You won't be alone if you're watching the Super Bowl on TV. Of the 10 most-watched programs in U.S. television history, nine of them are Super Bowls. In fact, last year's Super Bowl tops the list with a whopping 111.3 million viewers. The rematch of the Giants and Patriots claimed the top spot from the previous year's Super Bowl between the Packers and Steelers that brought in 111 million. The Nielsen Company
Keep it poppin'
It's going to take a big microwave to pop up the 3.8 million pounds of popcorn fans will be munching on. Let's hope your house doesn't smell like burnt popcorn the next day. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
Unfortunately, all those snacks add up. The average fan will consume 1200 calories and 50 grams of fat from snacks. And yes, that's just snacks and not meals on the big day. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
All that food needs to be washed down with something. Will you be picking up one of the 51.7 million cases of beer sold to quench Super Bowl fans? The Nielsen Company
Not your normal fare
Some fans will be including some not-so-normal football fare for their Super Bowl spread, including apple slices, macaroni and cheese, and Chinese food on the list of what they're serving. Supervalu Snack Down Survey by Harris Interactive
The salty Super Bowl treat will be served up in enough homes and bars to equal 4.3 million pounds consumed by fans. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
Get your jacket and scarf ready because Super Bowl Sunday is the most popular grilling day of winter with 62% of owners firing up the grill — even if it means they have to shovel a path to get to it. Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association
It's getting nutty
Football fans are nuts for nuts. Whether it's peanuts, cashews, pistachios or any other nuts, 2.5 million pounds of the salty snack will make its way to our snack tables. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
It's not just potatoes that get the chip love. Tortilla chips also get some respect at the Super Bowl snack table with 8.2 million pounds of them consumed by fans. Calorie Control Council and Snack Food Association
No matter how much we eat, it's going to be quite a feast. In fact, the Super Bowl is the second highest day of food consumption in the United States after Thanksgiving. USDA
A day later
Don't worry if you feel a little sick after your gluttonous partying. Antacids sales are expected to increase 20% on the day after Super Bowl. So at least you can commiserate with others. 7-Eleven Stores