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Where To Get The Most Out Of SuperBowl 50 In San Francisco

BY TEAM JST

The San Francisco Bay will be jam-packed with football fans this weekend as Carolina Panthers play the Denver Broncos in the much-anticipated 50th birthday of the SuperBowl.

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As you say “hey” to Karl the Fog peeping over the Golden Gate Bridge, here’s how you can take advantage of the City by the Bay which normally has so much to offer for techies, but on this sporty occasion, it’s turned into a true N.F.L. fest for jocks of all ages.

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1. Check out the Fan Energy Zone in Super Bowl City.

From Jan. 30 through Feb. 7, the Fan Energy Zone on Market Street close to the ferry building, will feature a 40-foot-tall Fan Dome where you can play games that appear on massive screens. Pick your avatars at this digital Super Bowl City. Concerts are also being held at Super Bowl City, so don’t miss an epic show.

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2. Get your autograph at the N.F.L. Experience.

Tickets: $25 for children (12 and under,) and $35 for adults.

Take your kids for the ultimate N.F.L. experience where they can throw ball like a real player in a stadium, instead of a game of catch on Crissy Field. From Jan. 30 through Feb. 7, the Moscone Center will host the yearly N.F.L. Experience. Want to meet the players and get autographs? Or play games at the football-themed land?

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3. Taste of the N.F.L.

Every year, Taste of the N.F.L. gives football fans in town for the big game a chance to indulge in tasty foods provided by incredible chefs. This event costs $700, because 100% of the proceeds fund food banks in all 32 cities where there are N.F.L. teams. It’s also the perfect opportunity for attendees to meet and chat up a storm over a delicious plate with present and past players. This year, San Francisco-based band, Third Eye Blind, will be performing. Rock on.

Will you be in SF for SuperBowl 50? What are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments.

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