Here's what it's gonna' cost you...

According to CNBC, the cost breakdown looks like this:

GAME TICKETS - Between $4,000 and $15,000!  The average for tickets to last year's game was $5,682

AIRFARE - Between $70 and $220, depending on the airline, when you book, and several other factors.

HOTEL - Somewhere around $1,400, assuming you plan to stay for the entire weekend.

FOOD - Between $70 and $125, for the weekend.  The food at Mercedes Benz Stadium as actually pretty reasonable (considering how major the game is).  A meal will probably cost you about $25.

GETTING AROUND ATLANTA - Between $20 and $100, for the weekend.  As a major city, Atlanta has a decent public transportation system with buses, trains, and street cars.  If you use Uber, you can get from the airport to most hotels for less than $25.

ENTERTAINMENT - Depending on what your interests are, anywhere from nothing to $300.  Atlanta normally has a lot to offer, but there'll be even more going on with the big game in town.  You're going to want to get out and enjoy yourself.

If you are lucky enough to be going to the game, you're probably going to want to have at least $7,000 to get the most out of the experience.