The NFL is handing out free NFTs to Super Bowl spectators as a way to remember their tickets while also serving as digital souvenirs.
Each audience member will be given a token that is specific to their section, row, and seat. Since real ticket cards are no longer in use, giving fans NFTs is a method for the league to give keepsakes of sorts. The Super Bowl will one again use exclusively mobile tickets, a technique that has risen in popularity during the epidemic, when the NFL and other organizations phased away paper tickets to reduce encounters.
There are a lot of things that could be done with NFTs, but the league thinks it has only scratched the surface so far. It plans to replace more collectibles for spectators of all 32 teams to start trading and collect, and it has also teamed up with Dapper Labs to make digital video highlight NFTs like the NBA’s Top Shot.
Due to the fact that digital stubs are very similar to physical tickets, which are limited in supply because of stadium capacity, they are a good match for NFTs because they are very similar. When you do something with NFT, these stubs could rise the price and become an investment.