Have a look at how much prize money will the winner in the NFL Super Bowl 2023 earn
The Super Bowl is almost here! On February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the eagerly anticipated NFL championship game between the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles will take place.
The two teams will square off in Super Bowl LVII to claim the title of ultimate champion and take home the cherished trophy.
The players would compete for the championship, but there would also be a sizable cash award attached to the winning trophy, so that would not be their sole goal.
NFL Super Bowl 2023 winner and runner up prize money pool
The players of the winning team are anticipated to receive large financial awards in addition to the priceless rings given that the game produces close to $14 billion in revenue. Surprisingly, the losing team also receives a sizable payout and does not lose everything.
let’s look at the prize money for the Super Bowl in 2023.
Super Bowl 2023 Winning Prize Money
According to reports, the prize money for this year will remain at $150,000 for each member of the winning team.
According to the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement, the amount has been set. The incentive has increased by $20,000 from 2020 when players received $130,000 each for taking home the trophy.
Each player on the losing team will receive $75,000, which is $50,000 less than the prize money for the winners.
From 2020, when they received $65,000 each, the cash bonus is boosted by $10,000.
Along with the cash award, each team receives a ring that is reportedly highly valuable.
Depending on their eligibility, the players can receive different payments
Depending on their eligibility, some players may receive the whole financial bonus for their teams while others may only receive half of it.
According to the official rules, players that meet the following requirements will receive a full bonus:
- Those who have participated in at least three previous games and are on the roster when the Super Bowl is played, whether they are active or inactive (regular season or playoffs).
- Those who have participated in at least eight games but are “not on the team’s active or inactive list” when the Super Bowl is played (regular season or playoffs).
- Veterans who were injured during the regular season and taken off the active or inactive list by the organisation, provided they are still under contract when the Super Bowl is played.
The following players will be getting a half-bonus:
- Those who have participated in less than three games (during the regular season or the playoffs) and are “on the team’s active or inactive list” when the Super Bowl is played.
- Those who “are not on the team’s active or inactive list when the Super Bowl is played, but have been on the roster for at least three and not more than seven prior games (regular season or playoffs).”
- Those first-year players who had an injury during the regular season and were taken off the team’s active or inactive list, provided they are still under contract when the Super Bowl is played.