NFL Virtual Commemorative Tickets: FAQs
Nov 9, 2021
Game day just got more exciting. At select NFL games, when you come to the game, you’ll gain access to a free virtual commemorative ticket in the form of an NFT (non-fungible token). These virtual commemorative tickets are game-day memories you can save in your virtual collection. So, wondering how you can score one of these game-day NFTs, and how they work? We got you. Whether you’ve already scored your own NFT, or wondering how you can get one — all of your questions are answered below.
Please note: These NFTs are being issued for entertainment purposes only and are not intended to provide an expectation of profits. Purchases of these NFTS are not an investment opportunity. Collectible blockchain assets have no inherent or intrinsic value.
Fans who attend select NFL games throughout the 2022 NFL Season are eligible to receive a Virtual Commemorative Ticket at no cost postgame. View a complete list of games offering Virtual Commemorative Tickets this season.
Each fan who scans in at an eligible game with a ticket will be eligible for one Virtual Commemorative Ticket. Access to the Virtual Commemorative Tickets will be made available via a link emailed to recipients within seven days of the game.
Virtual Commemorative Tickets were provided at no cost to fans who attended select games throughout the 2022–2023 regular season and postseason and scanned in using a Ticketmaster SafeTix ticket purchased on their own account. Note: Fans must have attended the game and scanned their ticket to receive the Virtual Commemorative Ticket.
Please contact NFL Marketplace Support at NFTSupport@ticketmaster.com with questions.
Following the game, eligible fans will receive a link via email to view their Virtual Commemorative Ticket. Fans will log in to a Ticketmaster account to view their Virtual Commemorative Ticket.
You can browse the Marketplace without signing in. To buy, sell and/or view your Virtual Commemorative Tickets, sign in using the email address and password associated with your Ticketmaster/Live Nation account.
If you do not have a Ticketmaster/Live Nation account, you can create one during the sign-in process by tapping “Sign Up.”
Tap “My Virtual Commemorative Ticket Collection” in the upper right corner of the screen. You can access all your Virtual Commemorative Tickets anytime as long as you are signed in with your Ticketmaster/Live Nation account.
If you see a queue, it’s because we are receiving a large number of visitors at the same time.
If you have the queue page open when it’s your turn you will automatically be redirected to the page you originally wanted to visit. If you do not have the queue page open when it’s your turn, you will see a popup when you return to the queue page notifying you when your turn started and confirming whether you want to proceed. Keep an eye on your queue progress because when it’s your turn, you will have a limited window of time to continue.
You keep your place in the queue even if your device goes to sleep or you close the queue page. When you go back to the queue page you will see updated progress.
Fans will be restricted to 4 transactions a day. Virtual Commemorative Tickets will need to be purchased individually.
Ready to buy a Virtual Commemorative Ticket? To begin, click the “Buy” button on your desired token. If you are not already signed in, you will be prompted to do so.
Once you are signed in, you will see a prompt to enter your credit card number, expiration date, and card security code. Please make sure your information is correct and then click “Pay.” You will see an indication that your payment is processing, followed by a confirmation message & emailed receipt when your payment succeeds.
Please note: You may experience a delay between completing your payment and when the Virtual Commemorative Ticket is delivered to your Collection.
No, cryptocurrency payments are not accepted at this time.
If you buy a Virtual Commemorative Ticket, copyright ownership of the underlying content is only conferred if those rights are also transferred with the purchase of the Virtual Commemorative Ticket.
When you buy a Virtual Commemorative Ticket, there are no additional fees added to the list price.
You can sell your Virtual Commemorative Ticket through a standard sale, where you can set a price at which your Virtual Commemorative Ticket is listed, and others can pay to purchase it. All resale transactions are currently limited to $9,999 or less.
Please note that any resale price for an NFT will be determined by buyers and sellers in the marketplace, and that the resale price for an NFT may fluctuate significantly and may be less than its initial purchase price. Further, neither the NFL nor Ticketmaster guarantees that NFT holders will be able to sell their NFTs.
Resale transactions may be subject to a marketplace processing fee and/or a royalty fee. Any such fees will be displayed to you at the time you begin the process of listing your ticket for sale and will not be incurred until your ticket successfully sells. Any fees will be removed from your sale price and you will receive the net proceeds from your sale.
The first time you sell a Virtual Commemorative Ticket, it can take between 7–14 days to receive your funds. After that, it usually takes 2 days to receive your funds. If you have not received your funds in these time periods, please contact Marketplace Support by responding to your emailed receipt.
All purchases are final, and no refunds, exchanges, or credits will be provided for any purchases that you might make on the Virtual Commemorative Ticket Marketplace. However, if the Virtual Commemorative Ticket you purchased is not displayed in “My Virtual Ticket Collection” within three business days, in certain circumstances we may issue you a refund.
When you log into your Ticketmaster account via the NFL Virtual Commemorative Tickets Marketplace, your Virtual Ticket Collection is created and associated with your account. This will be a “wallet” where you will then be able to easily access and interact with your Virtual Commemorative Tickets.
Yes, the Virtual Commemorative Tickets are NFTs (non-fungible tokens).
An NFT (Non-Fungible Token) is a unique, digital item with blockchain-managed ownership. Examples of NFTs include digital art and collectibles, virtual reality items, ownership records for physical assets, and more.
Quantity will vary by Virtual Commemorative Ticket type.
A blockchain is a decentralized, distributed, and public digital ledger (like a database) that stores transactions, ownership records, and NFTs.
The NFL’s NFTs are minted on an eco-friendly blockchain with a low carbon footprint.
Beneath the name, description and NFT (Virtual Commemorative Ticket) issuer information you can see a link with the name of the blockchain your NFT was minted on. If you click on this link, a new page will open with a blockchain explorer where you can see the NFT information that is stored on the blockchain.