The United States Postal Service has your back if you would like a souvenir of the big game and can't make it.
The Minneapolis Main Post Office will offer six collectible postmarks to those who want a piece of Minnesota history.
The postmarks will be available from February 5th to March 6th at the Minneapolis Main Post Office.
Native Minnesota artist and current New York based designer and illustrator Jane Gardner designed the postmark, which features a football lodged in snow among pine trees, as well as the date of the game.
Pictorial postmarks are applied free to any item which carries First-Class postage stamps.
It can also be paired with a USPS football stamp, which is available while they last at the Minneapolis Main Post Office and other Post Offices.
If you would like to request postmarks by mail, you can mail a self-addressed stamped envelope or postcard inside another envelope and mail it to:
Minneapolis Main Post Office
Attention: Big Game
100 South 1st St.
All mailed requests will have to be received by March 3rd.