How to avoid sun tanner burnouts at NFL stadiums

With the NFL on the road for a few days this weekend, there are a few things to keep in mind if you plan to hit up a tanning booth in the U.S. and need a bit of comfort.1.

Do your research: Be aware of the sun-tanned area around your seat.

You don’t want to be one of those fans who wants to walk out of a booth knowing they’ll have to pay for a towel or a spray tan.2.

Know your limits: If you’re going to be sweating, be sure to keep yourself to a set temperature.3.

Don’t expect a big payoff: There are plenty of tanning booths out there and many offer more than just sun tan.

Take advantage of the deals you can get at one or two of them, and use sunscreen if you can.4.

If you have to leave early, try to stay away from the sun: If it’s too hot or humid outside, stay indoors.

Otherwise, head inside for a quick dip in the pool, or maybe even the shade.

If that doesn’t work, try the sunshade in the parking lot, or in a shade box next to the pool.5.

If it really is too hot, just head to the beach: This will also help you stay cool in the sun.

You can also grab some sunblock at the beach, but it’s best to wear sunscreen in the hot weather.6.

Don’s tips: If your tan is getting a little too dark, get some extra shade.

You should also avoid being too stressed out.

You’ll feel better if you’re relaxing and eating a snack, and you won’t need to worry about the sunburn.