USAA, Lowe’s and the NFL salute service with Military Appreciation Day at Super Bowl Experience

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The NFL's Salute to Service supports the military community across the country and around the world (NFL)

The last time the Super Bowl was played in Los Angeles was in 1993 when the Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills 52-17 in Super Bowl XXVII. For 2022’s Super Bowl LVI, the culminating game has returned to the City of Angels to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Leading up to the big day, Lowe’s is presenting the Super Bowl Experience. The interactive football theme park offers fans the opportunity to score autographs from current NFL players and Legends, participate in games, and shop exclusive NFL merchandise.

Super Bowl LVI is on February 12 in LA (NFL)

While tickets to the Super Bowl Experience range from $20-40 leading up to the Saturday before the game, USAA and the NFL offer all current and former service members a discount of 50%. Even better, veterans, active duty, and their families get in for free on Salute to Service Military Appreciation Day — Thursday, February 10. Complimentary tickets will be available at all ticketing windows as a thank you for the sacrifices made by the military and their families.

The Super Bowl Experience is located at the LA Convention Center South Hall Entry at 1201 S Figueroa St. in Los Angeles and runs from 3:00 PM until 10:00 PM on February 10. The last entry will be at 9:00 PM. For military families unable to attend Military Appreciation Day, USAA invites all veterans, active duty, and their families to the Salute to Service Military Appreciation Lounge at the Super Bowl Experience on February 11 and 12. There they can meet NFL coaches, players, and legends alike.