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Photo: Tyler Olson (Shutterstock) Over the last seven years, an average of 104 million people have tuned into the Super Bowl—and it’s safe to say, lots of people will be doing the same when the Rams take on the Bengals this weekend. But what’s a non-football fan to do while the rest of the country guzzles weak beer and tries to keep buffalo wing shrapnel off their jersey? You could curl up with a good remote and binge your favorite Netflix new release , sure. But with nearly a third of the American population otherwise engaged, it’s prime time to visit normally crowded places, especially if you’ve been avoiding them for that reason during the pandemic. Here are the best ways to take advantage of a hundred million Americans being glued to their TVs. Hit the slopes Not only will you see shorter lift lines and smaller crowds on Super Bowl Sunday, many ski areas will offer steep discounts to get you onto their slopes. According to Liftopia , a site that lets you buy lift tickets in advance, game day is one of the best days of the year to carve some fresh powder. As Evan Reece, co-founder and CEO of Liftopia, told Business Insider , “on Super Bowl Sunday, resorts historically see half the crowds compared to other peak-season Sundays, particularly in markets where teams are playing.” In a quick search on my area, game day tickets have been discounted from 13% to 46%. Make an epic […]