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JustRalph
12-10-2017, 05:50 PM
https://www.dailywire.com/news/24519/nfl-hell-ticket-prices-fall-10-teams-struggle-fill-emily-zanotti?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=051717-news&utm_campaign=dwtwitter

3-30 bucks?

Tom
12-11-2017, 01:18 PM
You can get a ticket to a Buffalo Bills game for the price of a Starbucks latte.

Both over-priced and both leave a bitter after-taste in your mouth.

Did you see those Buffalo Clowns yesterday in red uniforms?
What a bunch of fools.

People spend millions of dollars on Bills mech and then they show up in something totally not related in any way to the team

A slap in the face to their fans.
Good thing most Bills fans are dumber than dirt. :pound:
Hey Bills fans, here's a cheap way to get your Bills attire - buy pajamas!:pound:


Anyone see the start of the game?
Did the Bills all arrive in one car? :pound:

See the snow storm in Buffalo yesterday?
Almost as bad as the snow job about rebuilding the Bills have been telling us for, what? the last 50 years? :pound:

dlivery
12-11-2017, 08:03 PM
All farts and no smell

chadk66
12-11-2017, 09:02 PM
Man the NFL is going to tank like you can't believe now. I think the big bucks contract extension to Goodell was a huge middle finger to the fans by the owners. Not gonna go over well.

forced89
12-11-2017, 09:02 PM
I have pretty much even given up watching NFL games on TV. The over preciseness of the rules (what is a catch, what is a legal hit, etc), the dead time for replays (what is a first down, what is a TD, etc) and commercials, and the sameness of the plays have all turned me off. The Auburn-Alabama and Army-Navy games were far more entertaining.

davew
12-11-2017, 09:04 PM
the prices are not that low in all markets

what they need is a new (taxpayer subsidized) billion dollar stadium, and a good team

_______
12-11-2017, 09:33 PM
Who pays $3 to sit in a bad seat outside in a snowstorm when they could use that money to overpay for beer in a warm bar?

Anyone who watched any part of that game knows why it was selected for the article which needed a narrow data set to make its point.

What were ticket prices for the sold out Rams/Eagles game in the sunshine? Would that have gotten the base ginned up that they were “winning” the war on uppitty black athletes?

Of course not. Even the Chargers had a decent crowd and no one in L.A. cares about them. A lot of flights from Washington and Philedelphia must have been fully booked to get the crowds in those stands.

But okay. The NFL is in trouble because the far right got distracted from their support of child molestors for a moment.

Tom
12-11-2017, 11:01 PM
But okay. The NFL is in trouble because the far right got distracted from their support of child molestors for a moment.

What a crock of BS.

_______
12-11-2017, 11:23 PM
What a crock of BS.

If it bugs you just a little bit today, you are REALLY going to hate 2018.

Marshall Bennett
12-12-2017, 05:41 AM
If it bugs you just a little bit today, you are REALLY going to hate 2018.
Not if we don't read your anger motivated post. You're the one that's bugged. Try to walk it off and come back. :)
Support of child molesters? You do have a problem.

FantasticDan
12-12-2017, 10:19 AM
What a crock of BS.
Tom's Mad-O-Meter:

Bills Red Uniforms: :mad::rant::mad: :ThmbDown:

Roy Moore: He's cool :cool: let the voters decide :ThmbUp:

:lol:

Tom
12-12-2017, 10:43 AM
That's how it works in America, Dan......

You and _______ are the one obsessed.
Beside, Moore is STILL better than almost any democrat.
But the people will decide that.

btw, did you take the pledge I posted, or do you have another RUSSIANS excuse if he wins? :pound::pound::pound:

JustRalph
12-12-2017, 10:44 AM
Tom's Mad-O-Meter:

Bills Red Uniforms: :mad::rant::mad: :ThmbDown:

Roy Moore: He's cool :cool: let the voters decide :ThmbUp:

:lol:

Yep.......Repubs are finally acting like Dems. Winning!

Btw, Hillary has yet to appoint any Judges...........👍

Inner Dirt
12-12-2017, 11:10 AM
I have pretty much even given up watching NFL games on TV. The over preciseness of the rules (what is a catch, what is a legal hit, etc), the dead time for replays (what is a first down, what is a TD, etc) and commercials, and the sameness of the plays have all turned me off. The Auburn-Alabama and Army-Navy games were far more entertaining.

I only saw Army-Navy, with all the basketball scores you see in college football these days it was cool to see an old throwback to the 60's defensive struggle smash mouth football game. The fact it came down to a final field goal try was the perfect ending.

ElKabong
12-12-2017, 02:13 PM
Who pays $3 to sit in a bad seat outside in a snowstorm when they could use that money to overpay for beer in a warm bar?

Anyone who watched any part of that game knows why it was selected for the article which needed a narrow data set to make its point.

What were ticket prices for the sold out Rams/Eagles game in the sunshine? Would that have gotten the base ginned up that they were “winning” the war on uppitty black athletes?

Of course not. Even the Chargers had a decent crowd and no one in L.A. cares about them. A lot of flights from Washington and Philedelphia must have been fully booked to get the crowds in those stands.

But okay. The NFL is in trouble because the far right got distracted from their support of child molestors for a moment.

Sorry to interrupt your emotional rant, but read the article linked... The rams and chargers play in sunshine, yet combiined their attendance was lower than a college game on the same weekend held in the same town


https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2017/9/17/16322710/rams-chargers-attendance-usc-texas

This marked the second straight week where Rams players were greeted by a sea of empty seats. Tickets for last week’s game against the Colts were as cheap as $6, but there were few interested buyers.

Even adding in the fans that attended the Chargers’ first game wouldn’t match the amount that showed up for USC’s game against Texas.

BaffertsWig
12-12-2017, 03:56 PM
Sorry to interrupt your emotional rant, but read the article linked... The rams and chargers play in sunshine, yet combiined their attendance was lower than a college game on the same weekend held in the same town


https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2017/9/17/16322710/rams-chargers-attendance-usc-texas

This marked the second straight week where Rams players were greeted by a sea of empty seats. Tickets for last week’s game against the Colts were as cheap as $6, but there were few interested buyers.

Even adding in the fans that attended the Chargers’ first game wouldn’t match the amount that showed up for USC’s game against Texas.




You do realize why the Rams' and Chargers' games are so poorly attended, right?

_______
12-12-2017, 04:13 PM
You do realize why the Rams' and Chargers' games are so poorly attended, right?

He’s too busy furiously researching 3 month old articles right now.

JustRalph
12-12-2017, 04:17 PM
You do realize why the Rams' and Chargers' games are so poorly attended, right?

The players are ugly?

They use a soccer ball?

No Americans left?

Church is so popular in California?

The fires ........

ElKabong
12-13-2017, 01:10 AM
You do realize why the Rams' and Chargers' games are so poorly attended, right?


Yep. I also realize the Rams and chargers are nfl franchises. Poorly attended, indeed.

chadk66
12-13-2017, 08:44 PM
hard to give away a shit product

Robert Fischer
12-13-2017, 09:04 PM
They are able to charge about $5,000,000 for a 30 second super bowl ad.

JustRalph
12-13-2017, 09:14 PM
They are able to charge about $5,000,000 for a 30 second super bowl ad.

Should be interesting to see if the price goes up or down this year

_______
12-13-2017, 09:43 PM
It’s one of the last bastions of engaged mass viewership. More and more people are slipping away to smaller screens but you still get 110 million viewers throughout the event.

NBC has already sold out all the “A” slots (the first commercial shown in a commercial break). They were asking more than $5 million for a 30 second slot. I don’t know if they got it but you are picking the wrong battleground for your “America is turning it’s back on football because of uppity black athletes” war if you want to choose the Super Bowl as the measure.

Stick with ticket prices for games played in white out conditions if you want a chance of carrying the arguement.

ElKabong
12-14-2017, 02:50 AM
but you are picking the wrong battleground for your “America is turning it’s back on football because of uppity black athletes” war if you want to choose the Super Bowl as the measure.

Stick with ticket prices for games played in white out conditions if you want a chance of carrying the arguement.

Referencing my link above, Los Angeles doesn't play in white out conditions in September.

Also, who here ( other than you, of course) is mentioning "uppity black athletes"? Not standing for the anthem has nothing to do with your inappropriate description.

woodtoo
12-14-2017, 08:03 AM
Referencing my link above, Los Angeles doesn't play in white out conditions in September.

Also, who here ( other than you, of course) is mentioning "uppity black athletes"? Not standing for the anthem has nothing to do with your inappropriate description.

Things can go terribly wrong by the time SB arrives. All it takes is some misplaced testosterone.

_______
01-12-2018, 04:14 PM
Should be interesting to see if the price goes up or down this year


http://beta.latimes.com/business/hollywood/la-fi-ct-nbc-super-bowl-ad-sales-20180111-story.html

Fewer than 10 spots left. Average price is north of $5 million. That’s in line with the most recent Super Bowls. The last time NBC hosted the game was 2015 and they received an average $4.5 million per spot for that broadcast.

“There just aren’t a lot of places you can find the big ratings in a live environment, so advertisers do clamor to those types of opportunities.”