They studied the nine days leading up to the Super Bowl and found nearly 122,000 people visited the valley during that time.
It pumped more than $719 million into the Arizona economy, that's a big increase from the last Super Bowl. It cost Arizona $30 million to host the big game.
One of the biggest attractions was Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix.
More than 1 million people stopped by the massive block party, but did that translate into big money for local businesses?
FOX 10's Steve Krafft has this report on the impact of SB49.