The NFL has announced that it is giving fans who attend games in Chicago and San Francisco a chance to get to the game with free tickets.
The game between the Chicago Bears and San Diego Chargers on Sunday will be shown on NBC’s network, with the game streamed on NFL GamePass, and a separate NBC game show will air during the game.
Tickets for the Bears-Seahawks game will cost $60, while tickets for the Chargers-Cardinals game will run $75.
Tickets are available now for Chicago and the Los Angeles area through Ticketmaster and StubHub, and they’re set to go on sale Friday, April 3.
The NFL has also announced that the Cleveland Browns will host the San Diego Padres in the second round of the playoffs, and tickets for that game will be available at the same time.
Tickets for that series, which will be held at AT&T Park, are priced at $150 for home games and $150 at AT & T Park for away games.
Tickets will go on-sale Friday, March 3.
In addition to the two playoff games, the league has also extended the season to May 16 through May 30.
The NFL playoffs will begin on April 16, with a single-elimination playoff between the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints.
The winner of that series will play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl.
The playoffs will conclude on June 10.