You Can Now Get Paid $2k to Watch Super Bowl LVI

Calling all Super Bowl fans, you can now get paid thousands of dollars to watch the epic game from the comfort of your couch.

The showdown between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams is set to have football lovers on the edge of their seats, as the titans battle it out on February 13 for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Super Bowl LVI, at the SoFi Stadium, in Los Angeles, is set to attract millions of viewers for both the game and the halftime show.

This year Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar are all set to perform at the star-studded event.

With most Americans tuning in to the smackdown regardless, one lucky fan will now get paid up to $2,022 to watch the match in what's been dubbed the "job of a lifetime."

The Game Day is shelling out for a Super Bowl Analyst, who needs to pay close attention to everything from the first touchdown to the performances.

Explaining more about the gig, they said: "We're looking for someone to keep tabs on everything that happens between the Bengals and Rams, from the action-packed game to the halftime show and the commercials!

"To help us do this, we want to pay an NFL mega fan to become our Super Bowl Analyst. You'll have to keep a close eye on the game, noting everything from the pregame activities to the naming of the Super Bowl MVP."

The analyst will need to make notes throughout, ready to answer questions about every aspect of the Super Bowl.

Explaining more about the dream job, they said: "As well as just enjoying the game, we want you to keep a close eye on everything that takes place throughout the game.

"Our questions for you will focus on all aspects covering a wide range of topics to help us gather key information about this year's Super Bowl.

"Our Super Bowl Analyst will make a note of their answers as the game happens, writing down any key details along the way."

After the match has ended, they'll have to answer 15 questions about the event, earning $134.80 for every one they get correct, with a potential $2,022 up for grabs.

"You will be attached to every play and every event related to the game. From the first reception to the last pass, from the post game show to rapping along to the halftime show, you'll be keeping a close eye to make sure you can answer all our questions," they said.

You need to be over 18 and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and it goes without saying only those enthusiastic about the NFL should apply.

The closing date for applications is February 9. To be in with a shot of succeeding you'll need to tell the team about your match predictions, all-time favorite play and best halftime show. To apply, click here.

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File photo of a football and football helmet. One lucky fan can get paid to watch Super Bowl LVI. razihusin/Getty Images