Mercedes-Benz Stadium Roof Will Be Closed During Super Bowl LIII

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But FBI agents this week found that the skies in Atlanta near where the Super Bowl will be played on Sunday were actually crowded with the devices.

But Mercedes-Benz, the automaker whose name adorns the Atlanta stadium where Super Bowl LIII was held, was not enthralled by the game.

Twitter users christened Super Bowl 53 between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams on Sunday as the most boring.

Atlanta is setting the standard for concession prices at sports games, as even for the biggest game of the year, they managed to maintain incredibly low prices for their products.

Mercedes-Benz' Twitter account, Mercedes-Benz USA, tried to get in on the fun of criticizing the game on social media.

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"If the game weren't in my stadium, I would have driven away by now", the company hilariously tweeted, including a short video of one of its cars in front of a television.

Unsurprisingly, the tweet has since been deleted.

Even non-alcoholic beverages will be much less expensive in Atlanta, with water and soda costing roughly $2 at the stadium this year, compared to as much as $11 in years past.

There are some remaining tickets available for Super Bowl LIII as Darren Rovell revealed on Sunday, but aside from the fact they are $6,500, they are also some of the worst seats in the entire stadium.

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