The NFL is rolling out a $100 “gift card” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl.

It’s part of a larger plan to commemorate the game.

The gift card will be issued in 50 denominations, ranging from $5 to $10, and is available for $10 in stores and online starting Thursday.

It comes with a digital copy of the game, and can be used to pay for any of the following:A trip to the Superdome, a ticket to the game or an official commemorative sticker.

Costco will give out the card in 20,000 stores, and in 100 million participating restaurants.

The cards can also be used for other purchases, including merchandise, apparel and toys, according to the National Retail Federation.

The card can be redeemed at participating grocery stores, Target and Walmart, and online.