In 1976, when Giants Stadium opened its doors, the cost of a gameday program was $1. This Sunday, when the Giants play their last regular-season game in the building (there is still the slimmest of chances they can host a playoff game somewhere down the road), they'll commemorate that opening by charging $1 for special game programs.

Of course there will be a $20 PSL (program and scorecard licence), so the total cost will actually be $21. JUST KIDDING! It's really going for just a buck!

According to the Giants, the program for Sunday's game will be "dedicated to the stadium and the team and players who called it home." Approximately 60,000 of the programs have been printed.

"The program features stories and facts and figures about the stadium, as well as personal recollections from ownership, players and coaches," says a story on Giants.com. "In addition, the program will include a commemorative poster that is bound into the book and features a photo from the very first game played in the stadium on Oct. 10, 1976."

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