With empty stadium seats and angry fans tuning them out, the NFL is taking drastic steps to sell tickets. For some games, the price has dropped as low as ten dollars. The cost of a movie ticket.
The Daily Wire reported:
NFL HELL: Ticket Prices Fall To $10 As Teams Struggle To Fill Stadiums
The NFL protests have been lucrative for social justice charities — they’ll receive a whopping $89 million in “settlement” money, redirected from veterans and breast cancer charity funds — but they’re also becoming a boon for cash-strapped football fans.
It turns out, if you can still stomach a professional football game, you can now get tickets for about the same price as a couple of Starbucks lattes.
According to Vivid Seats, an NFL ticket reselling site, seat prices at most NFL stadiums have bottomed out, leaving fans able to snag a lower level seat for a Buffalo Bills game for an astounding three dollars. Tickets at center field, right on the fifty-yard line (typically hard to find), will run you around $30.
Shockingly, those prices are down more than a third from when IJR.com checked the stats…
Not all teams are in the bargain basement, but tickets are available for nearly every NFL franchise at deeply discounted prices.
This problem was completely avoidable. They just didn’t want to hear it.