Super Bowl is Coming to Minneapolis

Super Bowl is Coming to Minneapolis

The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee will reimburse Minneapolis at least $4.9 million for the big game and over a weeks worth of events beforehand.

The Star Tribune reports that the largest anticipated cost of the Super Bowl for the city will be $3.1 million for police services. Super Bowl Host Committee reimbursements will also include costs for public works and traffic management. Super Bowl events in Minneapolis start on January 26 next year and end after the game on February 4.

There are 16 official Super Bowl events and hundreds of more private and public events that will spill across Twin Cities, including St. Paul and Bloomington. The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee is also recruiting thousands of volunteers who will help manage the 125,000 visitors coming for the 2018 NFL title game in Minneapolis. Residents have been gearing up to offer their residence as a super bowl rental for visitors.

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