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How big is Minnesota's Super Bowl?: Here are some of the numbers

A journalist walks down the steps inside US Bank Stadium during a media preview for this weekend's Super Bowl in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. January 30, 2018. Kevin Lamarque / Reuters1 / 2
U.S. Bank Stadium, venue of this year's Super Bowl, as seen from a Department of Homeland Security Blackhawk helicopter that will be patrolling the skies during the game in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. January 29, 2018. Kevin Lamarque / Reuters2 / 2

1,000,000

Number of people expected to attend 10 days of Super Bowl LII events.

125,000

Those who came from out of town from 130 countries.

10,000

Volunteers who welcomed visitors, chosen by the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee.

7

The predicted high temperature for Sunday, with a low of 5 below zero.

5,000

Media members credentialed to cover the game.

Super Bowl Transportation

65,000

Parking spots available in downtown Minneapolis for Super Bowl-related events.

8,000

On-street metered parking spaces in Minneapolis.

$40

Cost of Metro Transit's "Ultimate Fan Pass" for unlimited rides Jan. 26—Feb. 5.

$2 million

Super Bowl-related revenues and expenses for Metro Transit.

100,000

Number of extra riders Metro Transit expects over 10 days of Super Bowl events.

3,500

Additional plane take-offs and landings in the Twin Cities.

$283

Average round-trip airfare from other U.S. cities to Minneapolis.

1,500

Private jets will be flying into the metro area for the event.

Super Bowl Economics

$625

Amount of money each visitor is expected to spend per day in Minnesota on food, beverage, entertainment and retail.

$4.9 million

Cost of Minneapolis city services related to Super Bowl LII.

$400 million

Amount of money boosters predict in new spending in Minnesota as a direct result of Super Bowl LII.

$5,700

Average price of a Super Bowl LII ticket on the resale market.

$141 million

Amount of money that will be wagered on Super Bowl LII.

$5 million

Cost of a 30-second television ad during Sunday's game.

$7.5 million

Amount of money invested in the Women's Foundation of Minnesota's "Minnesota Girls Are Not For Sale" campaign — an eight year campaign to end sex trafficking and the co-chair of Minnesota's 2018 Super Bowl Anti-Sex Trafficking Committee.

U.S. Bank Stadium

70,000

Total seats in U.S. Bank Stadium for the Super Bowl.

979

Bathrooms.

690

Wheelchair and companion seats.

2,500

Premium parking spaces.

Super Bowl security

1

The level of Special Event Assessment Rating by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, meaning the event has the highest threat level to public safety.

2

Miles of fencing and concrete barriers that will surround the stadium and nearby areas.

870

Number of Minneapolis police officers.

3,000

Number of officers working the Super Bowl — including the Minnesota State Patrol, federal agents and officers from more than 50 in-state jurisdictions.

2,000

Fixed cameras throughout downtown Minneapolis and neighboring areas.

100

Number of explosive-detection dogs to be employed at Super Bowl LII.

$3.1 million

The cost for overall security, which will be reimbursed by the Super Bowl Host Committee. Super Bowl hotels

41,000

Twin Cities hotel rooms will be booked over the 10-day event.

19,000

Hotel rooms reserved for the NFL in the metro area for the event.

94

The percentage of hotel rooms already booked as of Tuesday.

$780

The cost per night at Days Inn along University Avenue in southeast Minneapolis — the closest hotel to U.S. Bank Stadium with availability the week before the Super Bowl.

$286

Average estimated cost per night to stay in an Airbnb in the Twin Cities during Super Bowl week.

5,500

Number of Airbnb hosts active in the Twin Cities.

$1,000

The average amount of money a local Airbnb host will earn during Super Bowl week.

Sources: Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee, City of Minneapolis, WalletHub, Metro Transit, Hotel Planner, Airbnb, Fox Business, CNN, the Washington Post, KARE-TV, Time.com, Women's Foundation of Minnesota, Minnesota Vikings, U.S. Bank Stadium.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press is a media partner with Forum News Service