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(Cleveland Plain Dealer)   Due to their success on the field and general wealth in Cleveland, Browns raising season ticket prices for fourth straight year   (cleveland.com) divider line
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173 clicks; posted to Sports » on 23 Feb 2022 at 6:25 PM (17 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-02-23 6:06:31 PM  
South Park | The Brown Noise
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/oblig
 
2022-02-23 6:36:59 PM  
Dear The Cleveland Browns...
Youtube wGfLFmlU8zo
 
2022-02-23 6:53:28 PM  
Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?
 
2022-02-23 6:53:28 PM  
And their season ticket prices are still in the bottom third of league season ticket prices (don't ask what Packers season tickets go for, as there is a waiting list for those that will outlive you, your children, and possibly your grandchildren, and the asking price from current season ticket holders to get their tickets starts at absurd and goes straight to ludicrous).
 
2022-02-23 6:56:51 PM  

snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?


Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).
 
2022-02-23 7:00:28 PM  

ClavellBCMI: snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?

Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).


Stan Kroenke could give away Rams tickets for years and years before he'd farking notice. Especially if the dumb fark Chargers are still paying rent.
 
2022-02-23 7:31:25 PM  
It's funny because "taking the Browns to the Super Bowl" is a euphemism for defecation.
 
2022-02-23 7:50:27 PM  

King Something: It's funny because "taking the Browns to the Super Bowl" is a euphemism for defecation.


Yeah, farking traitors.
 
2022-02-23 8:01:15 PM  
A $5 increase is an extremely modest raise in ticket price and the highest amount listed is $10. And they're still in the bottom third when it comes to average ticket price.
 
2022-02-23 8:01:16 PM  

King Something: It's funny because "taking the Browns to the Super Bowl" is a euphemism for defecation.


So is "Taking a Modell..."  If you're old enough.
 
2022-02-23 8:27:59 PM  

snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?


The Raiders did actually lower the price for preseason games for the last few years in Oakland.  I think they were about half the price of a regular season game.  That's as close as I think you might find.

/now the Raiders have the most expensive average NFL ticket prices
 
2022-02-23 8:34:06 PM  
The Raiders did actually lower the price for preseason games for the last few years in Oakland.

Proper accounting would include the seating fee for the "rights" to a season ticket that the Davis family put in place.  After moving the team to LA and back.

/They should use it in accounting 101: direct cost vs. overhead cost.
 
2022-02-23 8:54:11 PM  

Omnivorous: Proper accounting would include the seating fee for the "rights" to a season ticket that the Davis family put in place.


Oakland PSLs were from 1995 through 2004, well prior to when they stopped charging full price for preseason games (2015?).

Anyway, I was just trying to come up with an example of when an NFL team lowered prices, and it was the best I could do.
 
2022-02-23 10:08:43 PM  

Trocadero: ClavellBCMI: snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?

Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).

Stan Kroenke could give away Rams tickets for years and years before he'd farking notice. Especially if the dumb fark Chargers are still paying rent.


The Chargers pay $1 a year, for 20 years, with two 10-year options afterwards. The Chargers will be paying no more than $40 dollars in rent.

This was the deal that Kroenke had to make to get the other owners to approve the move to LA.
 
2022-02-23 10:21:38 PM  

Get Rich or Try Dyin': Trocadero: ClavellBCMI: snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?

Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).

Stan Kroenke could give away Rams tickets for years and years before he'd farking notice. Especially if the dumb fark Chargers are still paying rent.

The Chargers pay $1 a year, for 20 years, with two 10-year options afterwards. The Chargers will be paying no more than $40 dollars in rent.

This was the deal that Kroenke had to make to get the other owners to approve the move to LA.


Jesus fark, they have better rent control than all the bastards they kicked out of the apartments across the street!
 
2022-02-23 11:06:23 PM  

Get Rich or Try Dyin': The Chargers pay $1 a year, for 20 years, with two 10-year options afterwards. The Chargers will be paying no more than $40 dollars in rent.

This was the deal that Kroenke had to make to get the other owners to approve the move to LA.


Okay, but who gets the parking during Chargers games, the concessions?

/honestly asking, don't know meself, but I have suspicions...
 
2022-02-23 11:26:15 PM  

Dr.Fey: Get Rich or Try Dyin': The Chargers pay $1 a year, for 20 years, with two 10-year options afterwards. The Chargers will be paying no more than $40 dollars in rent.

This was the deal that Kroenke had to make to get the other owners to approve the move to LA.

Okay, but who gets the parking during Chargers games, the concessions?

/honestly asking, don't know meself, but I have suspicions...


Chargers get to keep revenue from games they host.

From the source I'm using: 3) Both teams keep revenue from the games they host: tickets, parking, sponsorships, concessions, advertising, etc.
 
2022-02-24 7:40:39 AM  

Get Rich or Try Dyin': Trocadero: ClavellBCMI: snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?

Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).

Stan Kroenke could give away Rams tickets for years and years before he'd farking notice. Especially if the dumb fark Chargers are still paying rent.

The Chargers pay $1 a year, for 20 years, with two 10-year options afterwards. The Chargers will be paying no more than $40 dollars in rent.

This was the deal that Kroenke had to make to get the other owners to approve the move to LA.


Granted, that was all Spanos was willing to pay.  San Diego had the gall to ask for $2 and he walked.

/fark Spanos
 
2022-02-24 12:29:58 PM  

ClavellBCMI: snowshovel: Is there an NFL team that lower prices every year?

Not one that wants to remain in operation. Sure, TV money gets the teams a lot, but some franchises need that ticket money to help pay for their stadiums (mainly, the teams that didn't con the taxpayers into paying for their stadium).


You do realize that teams who use tax dollars to pay for the stadium lease it from the government thereby paying the money back?
 
2022-02-24 12:49:12 PM  

jake3988: You do realize that teams who use tax dollars to pay for the stadium lease it from the government thereby paying the money back?


Here's a good one:

The Raiders bought 55.6 acres of land from the City of Henderson in 2018 for a little over $6 million - severely discounted - half the appraised value, and then sold it in 2020 for more than 30 times that - for $191 million - and then leased it back for 29 years, with seven 10-year extension options.

/they were building a facility, so it wasn't just the land but the building as well for the $191 million
//still
 
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