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Are tickets really free? How do you get them? What are the dates and hours? Can you just show up? What is there to do? What are the rules given we’re still dealing with COVID-19? Let us help!

We’re just a few short weeks away from the Super Bowl in Tampa. It’s going to be very different this year since we’re not out of the woods with COVID-19. There’s still no official word about how many fans will be let in to watch the game. But there is one big thing to look forward to, even if you’re not going to the game. Best of all… it’s free.

The NFL today released a mobile app called OnePass, according to the Tampa Bay Times. With it, you will be able to reserve your free ticket to check out the NFL Experience from January 29th through February 6 along the Tampa Riverwalk. They’re calling it a theme park for football fans. Scaffolding is already up as crews build tents and stages. Giant signs are now draped from Tampa high rise buildings. It’s almost time Tampa! [Source: Tampa Bay Times,]

Here’s what you can expect if you’re going to go.

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