Glendale spent $3.4 million to prepare for and host Super Bowl XLII in January, but a new study shows the city recouped only $1.2 million in tax revenues.

Other cities in the Phoenix area collected $11.3 million in taxes generated from Super Bowl activity, according to the study by Elliott D. Pollack& Co.

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