TAMPA, Fla. — The NFL needs your help filling Raymond James Stadium with fans for Super Bowl LV.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the stadium that seats more than 65,000 people will only be allowing 22,00 into Ray Jay on Sunday, February 7, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs.
And while being at the historic game, as the Bucs become the first team to play a Super Bowl game in their home stadium, as a cardboard cutout might not sound as exciting as being there in person, it's more affordable than trying to get your hands on a ticket.
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Each cutout costs $100. The NFL says a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Feeding Tampa Bay.
To be featured as a "Fan In The Stand Cutout" at Super Bowl LV, all you have to do is send the NFL a picture of yourself or a loved one.
Plus, if you purchase a cutout, you might be one of the two people who will win two tickets to next year's Super Bowl in Los Angeles!
For more details or to purchase your cutout, click here.
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