There’s only one place to bid on exclusive Super Bowl Packages and authentic signed and game-used items from your favorite teams and players: NFL.com/auction. Over the past five years NFL Auction has donated more than $5 million to NFL and team charities and nonprofits. The NFL does not retain any profits generated by the sale of products on the NFL Auction platform.
NFL Auction plays a key role in the NFL’s Cancer Screening and Salute to Service campaigns. Game-used and game-issued items are featured on the site so that money can be raised for the league’s charitable partners.
OVERVIEW OF NFL AUCTION FUNDRAISING EFFORTS
The NFL does not profit from the sale or auction of items on the NFL Auction platform. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL’s nonprofit partners, designated by the NFL in its sole discretion each season. Some of these nonprofit organizations include the NFL Foundation, American Cancer Society, USO, Wounded Warrior Project, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, NFL Player Care Foundation and many team charities.
PSA/DNA is the hobby's largest and most trusted third party authentication company. Specializing in a wide array of collectible types, chances are, if you can collect it, PSA/DNA can authenticate it.
For over a decade, the NFL has entrusted its on-field anti-counterfeit measures during the Super Bowl to PSA/DNA. Prior to the big game, PSA/DNA representatives mark each ball, rear sideline pylon and coin toss coin with the company’s proprietary synthetic DNA. These imperceptible marks act as a counterfeit deterrent and are virtually impossible to replicate.
Learn more about PSA/DNA at the Super Bowl.