Beyoncé, Destiny's Child Album Sales Surge After Super Bowl

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Beyoncé, Destiny's Child Album Sales Surge After Super Bowl

Online sales of Beyoncé’s albums have leapt 230 percent since her well-received Super Bowl halftime show Sunday, while digital record sales for her former group Destiny’s Child, with whom she reunited during the performance, have soared 600 percent. What do you think?

  • “Bandwagoners. I’ve been buying Beyoncé’s music since the inauguration.”

    Warren Vitale
    Library Director
  • “That was the most emotional reunion I’d seen since the Clydesdale reunited with the rancher 10 minutes earlier.”

    Alfie Nadel
    Gas Delivery Driver
  • “Wow. Someone should let advertisers know a Super Bowl appearance can really boost sales.”

    Molly Sarno