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Super Bowl Fan Risks Marriage for Tickets

Justin Kerrigan was making his way into Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco when he was stopped by a news station to get fans reactions to the upcoming big game.

The Denver Broncos fan was more than happy to answer questions but probably hoped his wife wasn't watching. He also had three of his best friends along with him. In fact, his wife didn't even know where he was or how he got there.

Kerrigan then shared that he spent $21,000 on Super Bowl tickets for himself and his friends. He then shared, that after travel costs, the entire trip probably cost him around $30,000.

He seems ultra generous, but he actually used their entire life savings to pay for this trip. His wife didn't find out about it until she saw it on the news. What happened to his marriage is still unknown.

Photo: Kansas City

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