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How much money do the players on the winning and losing Super Bowl teams earn?

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2012-02-07 21:49:45
2012-02-07 21:49:45

For winning Super Bowl XLI in 2007, the Indianapolis Colts won $73,000 per player. The Chicago Bears won $38,000 per player.

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yes, the players of the winning team receive 83,000 and the losing players receive 43,000 as per the NFL.

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The Giants players got 75,000$ each for winning the Super Bowl.

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They get a bonus, it's just not as much money as the members of the winning team.

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The first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967, after the 1966 season, although it was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game at that time; player share for the winning team was $15,000 and for the losing team $7,500. This amount remained the same until Super Bowl XII (January 15, 1978), when it was raised to $18,000/$9,000.

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Players receive nothing, they are considered to have amateur status and are not paid professional players! The schools themselves will receive, I think, about $200,000 for each game played.

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A lot of money, a lot of glory and a lot of girlfriends.

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