DALLAS ( TheStreet) -- Think a killer Super Bowl spread and a 55-inch HD screen are big enough splurges for the big game? That's arena-league compared with superfans' Super Bowl swag.
The average consumer is set to spend an average of $59.33 on Super Bowl-related stuff such as snacks and apparel this year, according to the National Retail Federation. That's up from $52.63 last year, but still an infinitesimally small fraction of what well-heeled, big-spending fans will part with for tickets, TVs and other Super Bowl toys this year.
TheStreet found seven expensive game-day indulgences designed with the moneyed sports fan in mind. You don't need to be on the payroll of the Pittsburgh Steelers or Green Bay Packers to enjoy these high-priced pleasures, but even a punter's salary wouldn't hurt:
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