From the moment the Green Bay Packers won the first Super Bowl in 1966 and all the way through the 1970s, tickets to see the game up close and personal averaged just $87.36. That’s roughly the equivalent of dinner and a movie (and popcorn, of course) for two people. By the 1990s, that number had more than doubled to $329.89 on average. A decade later came another jump to $654.78 on average. Flash forward to the 2010s and ticket prices rose to an astronomical $1120.62 on average — or the equivalent of taking everyone on your block out to that same dinner and movie. Now, do you understand why most people prefer to watch the BIG GAME on their HDTV sets in the comfort of their own homes?