With the #SB47 only two days away, our intern Matt examines how people will watch the game in this Fun Friday post.

With the Super Bowl just a few days away, people are finalizing plans to have friends over, head to a superstitious meeting place, or watch the game in peace.

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Have you ever thought of watching the game on Twitter?  Twitter has all you could ever need related to Super Bowl 47 including the latest news on players for the 49’ers #questforsix or Ravens and the #RavensNation, coaches, commercials, or the game itself.  Twitter has everything that someone would ever need to watch the game, no matter where one chooses to enjoy the game.

Check out this infographic, posted by one of our favorite sites Mashable, for a complete “Social Media Guide to Super Bowl XLVII” complete with each teams’ most popular players’ Twitter handles and more.

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Any place you decide to watch the big game is going to be exciting.  Don’t forget that Twitter has all that anyone would need regarding anything slightly related to this year’s #HarBowl.  And, for those of you stuck without a TV, be sure to check out this run down on how to watch the game live online.

Still not sure what snacks to bring to your friends’ big get together?  Check out Nielsen’s latest blog post, Tweets, Spots and Carrot Sticks: the Modern Super Bowl, for the “Top 10 Foods Being Eaten/Served” at Super Bowl parties (veggies beat out pizza, to our surprise!).

Bonus:  Still interested in the statistics behind how people are watching the game?  Nielsen just posted this infographic on their blog as well.

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Leave us some feedback to what you think about this year’s push from Twitter to be the place where you watch the game in the comments section.

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