Yours to own, a unique piece of Super Bowl history

The Salvation Army is holding a charity auction that runs till Tuesday.
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It'll likely be decades before the Super Bowl is held in Minnesota again, so grab a piece of history while you can.

The best place to do this? On eBay, where the Twin Cities Salvation Army is holding a charity auction featuring a load of Super Bowl 52 merchandise.

This isn't just merch that was everywhere on Super Bowl weekend however, the charity is promising "completely one-of-a-kind" items from the NFL showpiece.

So what kind of items are we talking? Well ... they're basically all banners that were hung in and around U.S. Bank Stadium and in the Twin Cities during Super Bowl week.

This includes banners emblazoned with the Super Bowl LII logo or players and emblems from the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

There's even a Minnesota Vikings team banner that's one of the most sought after pieces, with a reserve price of $500.

You can find the full listings here, with the Salvation Army saying bidding closes this Tuesday, and the money will go to its Minneapolis Army Rehabilitation Center.

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