What to expect when the NFL’s 2017 Super Bowl LI kicks off this Sunday

What’s the best way to enjoy the big game this Sunday?

Well, here are our top suggestions for a super-sized Super Bowl party.1.

The NFL’s official Super Bowl barcode.

This year, all tickets for Super Bowl LII are going on sale this Sunday, March 9, at 12 noon ET/3pm PT, and all players on the Super Bowl champion will be able to redeem their tickets for free.

The barcode will be the same as the NFL-issued Super Bowl commemorative coin, and it will be sent to the players who won the Super Bowl.

Here’s how it works: The barcodes will be mailed to the address of the NFL player who won Super Bowl XXXVI.

(For example, if you won the first Super Bowl, you’ll receive your barcode in a FedEx envelope.)

The bar code is only valid for use during the Superbowl, so you don’t need to bring your own coin, a drink, or anything else.

Here are the details on how to redeem your barcodes:1.

Pick up your Super Bowl-themed Super Bowl ticket at a participating Ticketmaster outlet in-person at a location not yet announced.

(We’re guessing the official kickoff location is the Superdome.)2.

Take your ticket to a participating ticketing location in-store or online.

You’ll need to pay for the barcode and the Superbowl commemorative coins at the bar.

If you want to reserve a seat, the best place to do so is in a suite in a local hotel.

If your room is a Super Bowl rental, you can reserve your room on a separate date.

(The Super Bowl is a game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, and the hotel rental will be your date for the game.)3.

Once you have your ticket and barcode, print your ticket, scan the bar code into the ticket machine, and enter your name and address in the box.4.

The game will start at 12:01 a.m.

ET/2:01 p.m PT and be broadcast on NBCSN.

The stadium will be full of people, so don’t wait to get your tickets until 2:00 a.s.


If the barcodes work, it’s time to get ready for the big show.

You can buy a few tickets to the game at select retailers, like Amazon and Walmart.

You should also check out a few other sports bars on Sunday.

Here are our picks for the best sports bars:•Boulevard, New Orleans, LA, USA•Cactus Club, Dallas, TX, USA(This bar has a barcode.)•Esquire, New York, NY, USA •Greenpoint, Los Angeles, CA, USA (This bar will be selling Super Bowl tickets, so it’s probably best to get a seat early.

If not, there are two bars near the stadium that are worth checking out.)•Lucky Star, Los Gatos, CA-USA•The Masquerade, Los Alamitos, NM, USA1.

Be sure to check out the other Super Bowl celebrations taking place on Sunday in the NFL, the NBA, NHL, NHLPA, NCAA, and MLB.

Here, we’ve listed the Super bowls best spots to catch a game, from the best seats to the most popular bars.2.

We also love our friends at the B-roll in the new HBO documentary “The Game.”

You can watch it in the US on HBO, on demand, and on HBO GO.

But the most amazing thing about the film is the way it captures the essence of the Super-bowl and its significance for the NFL.

We’ll let B-Roll creator Joe Bernstein explain:”The first thing that happens in the movie is you get the sense that this is a big deal.

That’s not a bad thing.

This is a chance for the world to watch.

It’s a chance to really soak up the spectacle of this game, and that’s why it’s such an important event for us.”3.

Here is a list of all the best bars in the country that have free admission.

We know some are more than others, but the following list is just a sampling of the best:•Lemon Street, Austin, TX•Duluth, Duluth, MN•St. Louis Park, St. Louis, MO•The Backyard, Stroudsburg, PA•The Ritz, Milwaukee, WI•The Brasserie, Pittsburgh, PA4.

You’re going to love this game.

But remember: If you don, your bar will not be able get you into a seat.

That means, if the game is going to be live-streamed on NBC, you need to book a table for a private event.5 .

We also know that many of these bars are more expensive than they should be.