The Dublin financial juggernaut shows little sign of slowing down if their 2019 financial statement is anything to go by.
Commercial income rose to €2,355,250 for the year ended 31 October 2019 - a year-on-year increase of 801,856.
Sponsors' income also rose by €791,856 to €2,170,250 in 2019.
Their 2019 financial statement didn't all make for happy reading - gate receipts fell from €201,757 to €125,662.
Dublin's commercial revenue dwarfs that of their closest inter-county rivals who - for the most part - have struggled financially this year.
As per Colm Keys in the Independent All Ireland finalists Kerry secured €786,000 in commercial revenue, with Cork in at €639,500. Mayo and Galway have also found money difficult to generate this year.
Dublin's overall income rose from €4,398,108 to €5,242,211.