Uber and Dick's Partner to Deliver Super Bowl Champion Shirts Before Your Party's Even Over

They'll even cover the shipping fees

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It's one of those inevitable occurrences of big-city life: Within a day of some big event going down—the latest storm of the century, the candidacy of Donald Trump, etc.—someone's out in the streets hawking T-shirts to commemorate it. The Super Bowl is no exception, of course, even though the NFL tightly controls its licensed merch, selling through official partners like FansEdge or its own online shop.

But ordering from official vendors takes time, and what if you want that official championship team jersey right away? Heck, what if you want it Sunday night?

This year, two big brands have joined forces to meet that need—and they're pledging to get that shirt onto your back before your Super Bowl party even breaks up.

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