Super Bowl LIII Prize Money 2019 (Official)

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The prize money NFL players earn for playing in Super Bowl LIII is relatively modest, at least by the standards of professional sports salaries. Each player on the winning team – that is The New England Patriots takes home an extra $107,000 bonus, and everyone on the defeated Los Angeles Rams gets an extra $ 53,000. This prize money is the same for everyone, from the star quarterbacks to the placekickers.

NFL’s revenues have grown over the past 52 years, the prize for the title game winner has only gone up 5.3%.

POST-Season Stage Bonuses (Every Eligible Player in 53-man roster)
Wild-Card Round Division Winners: $24,000 (each), Wild Cards: $22,000 (each)
Divisional Playoff Game: $24,000 (each)
Conference Championship Game: $44,000 (each)
Super Bowl Winning team players: $107,000 (each), Losing Team players: $53,000 (each)
Pro Bowl Winning team players: $53,000 (each), Losing Team players: $23,000 (each)
Max Bonus in Post-season Run So players of teams who made it through divisional leaders to Super Bowl champions can earn as much as $165,000 in post season run

This year Super Bowl was played in Atlanta, Georgia which taxes wages at 8.9% — among the lowest state income tax rates in the U.S.

The salaries of NFL players rise slightly through age 26. This is the age where the number of players still active starts to go down just as incomes start to make a dramatic increase.

In 1967, each Green Bay Packer received $15,000 for winning the first Super Bowl, while each Kansas City Chief took home $7,500 as the runner-up, as per NFL.com.

Super Bowl History Winners & Losers:

NO. DATE SITE RESULT
I Jan. 15, 1967 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
II Jan. 14, 1968 Orange Bowl (Miami) Green Bay 33, Oakland 14
III Jan. 12, 1969 Orange Bowl (Miami) New York Jets 16, Baltimore 7
IV Jan. 11, 1970 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7
V Jan. 17, 1971 Orange Bowl (Miami) Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
VI Jan. 16, 1972 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Dallas 24, Miami 3
VII Jan. 14, 1973 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Miami 14, Washington 7
VIII Jan. 13, 1974 Rice Stadium (Houston) Miami 24, Minnesota 7
IX Jan. 12, 1975 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6
X Jan. 18, 1976 Orange Bowl (Miami) Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17
XI Jan. 9, 1977 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
XII Jan. 15, 1978 Superdome (New Orleans) Dallas 27, Denver 10
XIII Jan. 21, 1979 Orange Bowl (Miami) Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
XIV Jan. 20, 1980 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
XV Jan. 25, 1981 Superdome (New Orleans) Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
XVI Jan. 24, 1982 Silverdome (Pontiac, Mich.) San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21
XVII Jan. 30, 1983 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Washington 27, Miami 17
XVIII Jan. 22, 1984 Tampa (Fla.) Stadium Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9
XIX Jan. 20, 1985 Stanford (Calif.) Stadium San Francisco 38, Miami 16
XX Jan. 26, 1986 Superdome (New Orleans) Chicago 46, New England 10
XXI Jan. 25, 1987 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) New York Giants 39, Denver 20
XXII Jan. 31, 1988 Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego) Washington 42, Denver 10
XXIII Jan. 22, 1989 Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami) San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16
XXIV Jan. 28, 1990 Superdome (New Orleans) San Francisco 55, Denver 10
XXV Jan. 27, 1991 Tampa (Fla.) Stadium New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19
XXVI Jan. 26, 1992 Metrodome (Minneapolis) Washington 37, Buffalo 24
XXVII Jan. 31, 1993 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
XXVIII Jan. 30, 1994 Georgia Dome (Atlanta) Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
XXIX Jan. 29, 1995 Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami) San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
XXX Jan. 28, 1996 Sun Devil Stadium (Tempe, Ariz.) Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
XXXI Jan. 26, 1997 Superdome (New Orleans) Green Bay 35, New England 21
XXXII Jan. 25, 1998 Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego) Denver 31, Green Bay 24
XXXIII Jan. 31, 1999 Pro Player Stadium (Miami) Denver 34, Atlanta 19
XXXIV Jan. 30, 2000 Georgia Dome (Atlanta) St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
XXXV Jan. 28, 2001 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.) Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7
XXXVI Feb. 3, 2002 Superdome (New Orleans) New England 20, St. Louis 17
XXXVII Jan. 26, 2003 Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego) Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
XXXVIII Feb. 1, 2004 Reliant Stadium (Houston) New England 32, Carolina 29
XXXIX Feb. 6, 2005 Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville, Fla.) New England 24, Philadelphia 21
XLI Feb. 4, 2007 Dolphin Stadium (Miami) Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
XLII Feb. 3, 2008 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.) New York Giants 17, New England 14
XLIII Feb. 1, 2009 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.) Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
XLIV Feb. 7, 2010 Sun Life Stadium (Miami) New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17
XLV Feb. 6, 2011 Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas) Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25
XLVI Feb. 5, 2012 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis) New York Giants 21, New England 17
XLVII Feb. 3, 2013 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans) Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31
XLVIII Feb. 2, 2014 MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, N.J.) Seattle 43, Denver 8
XLIX Feb. 1, 2015 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.) New England 28, Seattle 24
50 Feb. 7, 2016 Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, Calif.) Denver 24, Carolina 10
LI Feb. 5, 2017 NRG Stadium (Houston) New England 34, Atlanta 28
LII Feb. 4, 2018 U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis) Philadelphia 41, New England 33
LIII Feb. 3, 2019 Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta) New England 13, Los Angeles Rams 3
Source: espn.com

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