Super Bowl XLIX Commemorative Envelopes

Super Bowl XLIX

This year’s Super Bowl XLIX match between New England and Seattle will be remembered by fans for many years to come. To commemorate the special event, the Postal Service has an exclusive set of collectible envelopes that will offer football fans a unique souvenir keepsake to celebrate the big game.

“We are thrilled to offer our customers these limited-edition envelopes to celebrate the Super Bowl’s return to our city,” said Glendale, AZ, Postmaster Billy Garrett. “These colorful envelopes will be prized by stamp collectors and football fans around the country as unique mementos of this exciting Super Bowl matchup between New England and Seattle.”

Super Bowl envelopes are available in two designs. One features photos of each team’s starting quarterback (Tom Brady and Russell Wilson). The other envelope depicts the NFL’s Vince Lombardi Trophy and the official Super Bowl XLIX logo with a photo of the Grand Canyon as its backdrop. Each envelope, protected inside a clear plastic sleeve, features a U.S. Flag Forever stamp and official Glendale postmark. The price for each collectible envelope is $7.50.

Also available for $25 is matted artwork combined with the official Super Bowl envelopes. Customers can choose from a large photo of either quarterback in the professionally-matted presentation.

The officially licensed Super Bowl XLIX envelopes and matted art are now available for purchase at several Post Office locations in Arizona and online via the order form link below:

http://about.usps.com/news/state-releases/az/2015/az_2015_0129.pdf.

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