Players and stadiums come and go. Even hard copy tickets are becoming a relic but the Super Bowl program is still here. Super Bowl LIV brings the game back to Miami, the site of the second one back in 1968 and several others since then.
The program used to be sold only at the stadium, but the NFL seized on the interest from fans around the world and began distributing them on a national basis. As has been the case since Super Bowl XXXVII, there are two versions, one with a holographic cover that’s designed for sale at the game site and another with a bar code that’s sold around the country.
This year’s program features over 200 pages including analysis of the 49ers and Chiefs, a review of the 2019 season, game-by-game history of the Super Bowl, and more than a dozen feature stories penned by top football writers.
The Super Bowl Game Programs are printed at a facility in Wisconsin, with presses running within hours of the last conference championship game.
Programs have become one of the signature collectible items associated with the Super Bowl, with values for the first several editions increasing in value in recent years.
You can order both copies of the Super Bowl program on eBay here.