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How to register for a Super Bowl Boulevard badge

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Super Bowl Boulevard in Manhattan will be open to the public from Wednesday, January 29, through Saturday, February 1. It stretches from 34th Street to 47th Street on Broadway.

You do not need tickets, but you can register for a free Super Bowl Boulevard Engineered by GMC badge. If you register for the badge, you can access some enhanced activities and features along Super Bowl Boulevard, including receiving photos and videos that you can share.

Click here to find out how you can register for the badge.

Click here to download a PDF map of boulevard attractions.

And don't forget to download the free Fox 5 Super Football app to stay on top of all Super Bowl activities in New York and New Jersey.  Just search for "Fox 5 Super Football" in your app store.
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