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NFL overpricing their product

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With the NFL's already expensive ticket prices being hiked 20% for the playoff games, they are now having trouble selling out in Cincinnati, Green Bay, and Indianapolis.  Hopefully the FCC can get this blackout rule lifted next season and the league cannot hold cities in contempt by blacking out home games in a stadium that tax payers paid for in the first place.

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they are small market towns........

 

there is only so much money to go around .......

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they are small market towns........

 

there is only so much money to go around .......

GB has 100,000 people on their waiting list to get season tickets. Temps Saturday in GB is 4 degrees with a wind chill of -15

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I heard on the news this morning (Thursday the 2nd) that tickets are widely available. Green Bay may be small market, but it's a hard core football fan town. Or it used to be. It looks like the interest is waning. Everywhere. parity and mediocrity may have there benefits, but interest and excitement isn't one of them

 

Also supposedly the blackout rule has been dropped, apparently for next year.

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GB has 100,000 people on their waiting list to get season tickets. Temps Saturday in GB is 4 degrees with a wind chill of -15

yea, they always bring up waiting list stats about pittsburgh too but that's one of the easiest places to get tickets too for ravens away games and there are always lots of empty seats in the 3rd and 4th quarter when they play in prime time .......

 

redskins have a season ticket waiting list as well ........

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