Remember how we cord-cutters used to have to pony up a platter of eats and a 12-packs of beer in order to catch the SuperBowl with those who still had cable? No more. It's irrelevant if we want to catch the game on mobile or our trusty laptop.
Here in TechCrunch, Fitz Tepper explains in detail how to live-stream for free. Nonono, you don't need a cable subscription, even temporarily.
Meanwhile, the supermarkets and package stores here in my Tucson, Arizona, neighborhood are making out like bandits. Pre-diced cheese and vegetable trays are moving fast. Those bellying up to the counter in package stores may be over-stocking. There seems to be a fear that they will run out of fire water.
There is speculation if the Monday after the SuperBowl should be a holiday. By the look of the lines at package stores, I would say that's a good idea. Cut out Christmas eve as a holiday and add on SuperBowl Monday. That's good for the economy. Let the good times rip.