Rather than sitting in the upper deck and relying on trusty binoculars or jumbotrons to see the tiny specks of the Ravens and 49ers down on the field at the Mercedez Benz Superdome in New Orleans, you can invest your $3,742 (average cost of a Super Bowl XLVII ticket) in a massive LED flat screen TV. You'll be able to watch the big game -- not to mention any future games and movies for years to come -- in the comfort of your living room or man cave. The images will be crystal clear and literally larger than life.
You can procure a 70-inch Class LED LCD Sharp AQUOS Smart HDTV from Best Buy for a sale price of $1,999.99 (regularly priced $2,499.99), or you can go even more massive with the 80-inch Class for $3,999.99 (regularly priced $4,499.99). That 80-incher will blow your mind every day for the foreseeable future for just a shade over what one measly Super Bowl ticket would cost you.