It is estimated that the Super Bowl brought in around $370 million to the Twin cities area economy according to a report released by Gov. Mark Dayton’s office this week. Things such as liquor sales and Airbnb are large contributors to this statistic. Can’t say that this is too surprising though, considering host cities put a pitch together five or six years in advance to get a shot at hosting the event. Outside of the Vikings not participating, the Super Bowl seemed like a great success for the Twin Cities and the whole state of Minnesota in general.