Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., set to host Super Bowl 50 next Sunday, is the most state-of-the-art venue in the NFL, and it has the mobile app to match. Among its many features, the official app of the big game helps fans avoid the long lines often found at concession stands, writes Mobile Sports Report. Fans can place orders on their phones, before picking up their food and beverages at express windows around the stadium.
The Super Bowl app, which incorporates features from the Levi's Stadium version, actually takes a step back. While it allows fans to order drinks and have them delivered directly to their seats, it doesn't allow food delivery, which is available when the San Francisco 49ers play their home games at the stadium. Still, it's a nice touch for impatient and thirsty fans who don't want to wait for the roaming beer vendor to reach their aisle.
Food delivery was originally included in the Super Bowl app when it was released Wednesday night, according to the report, but by Thursday morning it was gone. In addition to giving fans the ability to order ahead from concessions, the app offers directions to the nearest express windows and can tell which have shorter lines.
For those fans who might be in the Bay Area but don't have tickets to the game, a better dining option might be chef Michael Mina's NFL pop-up restaurant.