From Plunging Super Bowl Tickets to the Hottest Parties in NYC

Rebecca Jarvis & Darren Rovell team up to discuss what they are watching at Super Bowl XLVIII on Real Biz 1.29.2014
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Hello and welcome to a special Super Bowl edition of real -- -- I'm Rebecca Jarvis thing guess who's here with us we have a special treat their rebel ESPN sports business reporter he goes way back with me. Yeah I'm happy -- here on real bids again. And guess what it's four days till the Broncos in the Seahawks face off in the biggest game of the year and the biggest TV event Q here's what's on our radar there -- Well -- would plunging ticket prices something we're gonna talk to you about you heard that right ticket prices are plunging. Lots and supersize parties in New York City and super food. With an Iron Chef and a hall of Famer. It's all coming up right here -- -- to get right to it so much talk about those ticket prices dropping to the lowest rates ever. About a year ago they were expected to be the price is tickets ever but joining us now from Houston Texas on Skype. Is Patrick Ryan he's aware of the ticket experience and Darren before we go to Patrick tell us what's going on here. What started about 3300 box -- was the average ticket price and it dropped and dropped and dropped. Part of it was because you had any of the teams that can drive the answer. We're coming in so it's been about 17100 dollars for an average -- rights to get into the Super Bowl over the past. Couple days and with the weather forecast holding up. That is held but 17100 -- -- they get in price but. Patrick -- I got to ask you this. Argue were surprised. By the way it dropped. And then why do you think it dropped if you -- give one reason do you think it was. The weather or do you think it was the team's what where would you give more credence to there. Actually I've got a different direction I just think that there -- -- few early sales com. Brokers didn't put a lot of tickets out early for sale and the ones that were out on the market were really expensive. So a lot of people -- casual fans thought all may have gone to Super Bowl just immediately cross that off the list backdrop of. So -- so it's always almost like in his interest in her -- is almost like a communications crisis or an or media putting things out. Much like the one million dollars sweet you know in New Jersey New York's -- -- committee. Sold sponsorships that were one million dollars that included this week. Every once -- -- one million dollar suites and and you talked the NFL only said no we sold a hundred of these things in between 40500000. Dollars so. The market and dollar price exactly -- to have how much is communication the way we have the speed of communication today how much do you think. Kind of a miscommunication. Can could crimp sales. -- -- it's always perception -- people were perceiving that her and we forests in the lower local gonna cost than 161000 dollars. And then once I I'm a market corrected itself it was too late. And it's a matter whether or not buyers are gonna comment locally. It's so expensive for any family any time of the year to go to NFL game let alone the Super Bowl game. But it's interesting you bring up the fact that there were sales early enough on because if you look at for example holiday sales. Christmas it started before Thanksgiving this year retailers and that didn't work for them either some not so -- Had -- reduce prices earlier on. That it would -- worked out the weather here has been a big issue in. Literally every day in the headlines it's colder and colder how many people do you think would rather just stay home and enjoy it under a blanket. Well I think that's always a big part I've said for weeks that the biggest after the biggest player it was a -- Once we got the NFC east at a contention mighty Eagles giants talent -- drive. Yeah what once we eliminated those fan bases it was going to be -- to weather and yes it's looks okay but I mean you're gonna spend 20000 dollars for decent seats for poor people would go. That money goes a long way and a lot of other voices. How that Patrick I got to ask you about transportation here because. You know this is the hardest Super Bowl ever to get to once you get in the city they are not -- you come close -- taxi can't. In -- they cannot drive there in less so. I think that puts a premium on parking passes any insight on that committee -- a parking as you can drive there and that's the only way you can get it. Randy that's -- really -- point without -- general Martin passes and do appreciate -- because people when I kind of finalize the AL plans. There's a really good chance that you could see some parking problems it's important -- issues. I don't think what -- automatic yet I think the limo companies and drivers into -- driver's. The look at those now can be -- because there really aren't that many out there. All right Patrick Bryant of the ticket experience thanks so much for joining us we really appreciate it. There and I want to turn to you now because we've been talking a little bit about the Super Bowl economy a lot of people wonder how much -- a Super Bowl actually help. The local economy and there's different statistics around that's. The one that they normally put out is wrong profit. It's like okay there's there's a couple things you normally they come out with one big number. Which this year was 600 million dollars the NFL while it walks away from that numbers and we didn't put that out usually by the host committee -- -- the city. And the reason why that number never comes to fruition is well maybe it does but they don't take away what's called typical displacement. If it 600 million dollars what is done in a typical week in the new York New Jersey area 550 million dollars so. You know it and and then it depends on who's coming in from out of town. If you're -- -- hotels that they're saying overnight if they're gonna eat out the whole time they're gonna. Bring the food along because sometimes her -- everything is sucked in from the stadium everything around the stadium they are getting all the economic impact. And not necessarily everything around New Jersey. That you people injured he said Dave. Be disappointed they thought people would -- In New Jersey if they'd win this battle other people being displaying posting homes on home away thinking that they're gonna actually -- their homes and there's been almost no it's. People renting -- -- even though this is an event that happens in New Jersey a lot of the excitement a lot of the -- is happening here in New York -- UC and midtown Manhattan in Times Square right now they've built. Literally a huge structure right behind. Right behind Good Morning America that I might add so you see it every day at Times Square where is -- here in New Jersey you might not see this as my. In and I would say that the hotel's -- for me. He's more intriguing -- the -- story. The hotels for the fact that you can have the west -- in Times Square which a week ago was selling for 700 dollars and now is 325 dollars. And three for -- five dollars. I don't know if they sell that on a Saturday during the year it's really played by dealers -- -- yet here and let alone simply because they have they've relied on nothing but the Super Bowl crowd. There's all these parties -- Are happening all over the city and you're going to -- but I'm going to some and what and and like every Super Bowl there -- some parties that are actually hotter get into. When the candidates -- to get its I I think the best who won easily have a ticket I -- I -- it's igniting the best one is the American Media party sheep fitness maintenance fitness cheap magazine. American Media party. -- -- realities sit down dinner. John Legend Mary. -- models and you're gonna be there I'll be. How many people are going to be there. I'm only -- I don't mind yet on that list you -- the work it it's for several weeks -- to have 400000 at least Twitter follower. You'll -- -- -- and photographing exactly tell our. So you know and and as far as the parties -- they'll probably be. They'll be hundreds of parties over the next -- Thursday Friday Saturday and some are gonna -- do well and -- -- just gonna. Fall flat I mean just people will not show up the order -- sit there. Which by the way I am going to a couple of these parties and I'm not gonna say which ones but -- -- authority told me -- -- -- showing up at the party's but I only I'm handicapping. With a camera so if that happens on Nightline on Monday night you will see OK well that's good -- I think the Bud Light that. Like the idea of bud -- party. You know for on the crews over three days I think that's going to be interesting all the parties that's that's. Eagles are also -- skill because anyone Blair TM Marshawn Lynch is his mother started feeding him the power pellets when he music in pop Warner all well she got -- she -- the power you do it did well. And of course I forgot to bring my. I was giving I was given Flintstones kids you know -- that -- -- -- A power -- would've been nice -- -- -- -- dummies. But up but I would say so Marshawn Lynch does -- deal with scandals is the first deals Beatles has ever done. Don't know the terms of the deal but we do know that they're doing a bunch of things 101000 dollars for every touchdown during his normal he scores. -- -- -- -- The only operator they ready for the skills to file onto the field how are they gonna clean those -- -- paid I think an epic consult people in Seattle for the for the scandals emerge hours we attacked chicken wings. Because I know you're obsessed with them. And I wanna shell this little clip before we get to -- this is -- rebel stopping by air restaurant -- bill nine to find out how they're prepping for the game. On a regular NFL Sunday we probably sell a thousand pounds of wings and on the Super Bowl will sell 5000. While the chicken wing has come a long way from the original buffalo sauce from fifty years ago. Now everyone has their own spin on wings from honey mustard barbecue to tie in sweet and sour. -- -- And by the way speaking of amazing we have to a meeting deaths here to talk to us about weighing about their Super -- -- Alex British -- is the executive chef of butter and she's also from. The -- some Food Network show we love the show chopped plus. -- got a hall of -- here in the house Anthony Munoz considered one of -- best offensive lineman ever. The best best ever to play the game. And wings are on the menu for both of you. Like -- -- was telling me before this that is it one point 251 and a quarter billion chicken -- beat him up. People that I'm Super -- back. And I think that we. -- -- -- not to -- and I I think it should be available at Rutgers okay aspects. You've got to get into that nice crunch the hotspots and it's when its right to my arm and it sounds let's make this easier do in this house it is it is a lot easier you accept the defrag and Alex -- I got what fed Eddie what why he is someone who use your hands a lot what do you think Kate what are you smiling your hands -- go ahead. Yeah. Baby chick flick -- put who come to America white white white. Think you can link is that is the perfect food for watching sports and music will -- the -- sides are great and their little messy and use. Especially aspect of a pardon just kind of you vs the wing exact words that some magical -- and -- -- Yeah. On the ice cold beer and -- Shoveling yeah. I'm thinking your fingers and putting them on the cup all go. What we're all manners go out there -- no -- -- yourself -- When it comes to chicken wing not just a stack of napkins this high and mentioned recently thrown just missing -- ceremony that I would actually -- hours. So you guys are going to be at the taste of the NFL. -- which is one of the places you have to be. All 32 NFL teams the city -- that -- the each of the cities have a chef representative. Well I mean it's just need -- -- in because it's something to 700 dollar ticket but it is Mary -- austerity. 100%. He's got its regular. It's really nice everything and and this year as -- true every year. These Super Bowl host city and a local area there -- gets 3%. All funds raised like that some applause -- -- are matters Ares check -- -- -- -- -- and -- you know. Ottawa has been -- -- -- third year so I've been to several of -- my serve -- great -- great food come hungry news coming to a around. It's for the. I got I got to ask you this because. You know obviously NFL wants to go to more more cities to reward. It's local cities who filled the stadium constant pain you have a Super Bowl it's kinda like to carry it what do you think about a cold weather outdoor super -- -- you long lines of I don't care -- from. One that says -- got the two best teams let them play to the highest level. I've played my second it would play in the AFC championship game to get to -- Ruble rose 59 below zero now -- coldest game ever oldest in Monroe. During the game some of them mobile and -- -- some yeah laughs I was gonna hide it to treat -- as the -- event happened over -- -- -- it's where I can't do it I'm looking at the monitor. I -- anything you don't. He -- being your chopped off from them scallions. Some analysts cards Dominic and you know. Stick in me not to question -- Think it's great that you come here to Jersey and -- New Jersey in New York but I really believe that and we clinical -- Detroit. And the weather was just terrible but we learned don't stays that -- you're here and you're hinting that you don't think this. -- -- I personally if follows on the committee I would move to keep it all in southern cities. That's southern -- -- -- there's a lot of us northern Arizona that are NN. Be a -- upset about why Minnesota -- I -- your anonymity. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm good with the northern cities that are in port visit the control -- both teams have you know the same environment -- Rebecca is wearing her vikings purple that's great mind. It got a vehicle and I'll -- we're not yeah. My question is your money -- If I'm betting man I'd have to go with the memory team Payton man Peyton Manning. And candidates well I don't know. -- -- -- -- -- When they do and that's how he the -- you can go and make its effect -- -- Yeah that level. Can people do that. Just -- detective -- -- analysts say we're going to have on the abcnews.com website -- Marmol -- wings recipe. Which is amazing and sugar. Well we'll make every moderate -- -- the -- -- -- really great weekend -- Super Bowl weekend thank you so much Alex Anthony for joining us here on real bears and deer and what do you think you you -- Darren got all these guests around again wherever -- goes the cool people follow we love having -- Units per year. -- Driver someone yeah. -- that is that the remnants of the last moment exactly that's perfect and check out is bigger. I think -- -- so much for checking -- that I'm real businesses Rebecca Jarvis from New York have a great Latin. Enjoy the Super --

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