Skip to comments.LOOK: You can get tickets to an NFL game this week for under five dollars
Posted on 12/07/2017 5:51:20 PM PST by Zakeet
If you've ever wanted to go to an NFL game and you have five dollars in your pocket, then this is the perfect week to do it.
As of Thursday afternoon, there are actual NFL tickets that are selling on the secondary market for under five dollars. Of course, like all good deals, these tickets do come with a catch: You need to live near Buffalo, have a high tolerance for cold weather and be willing to sit through three hours of a Colts-Bills game.
A beer at the game would literally cost more than twice the price of your ticket.
(Excerpt) Read more at cbssports.com ...
... and 50 people can buy tickets for about the cost of a case of suds!
Wow! It’s WORKING, People!
‘We The People’ are on a roll, Baby! MAGA! :)
If the tickets were free, I still would not go.
Will those that paid full price get refunded?
Yes, you can get a ticket to an NFL game for under five bucks, but if you want to get a commissioner who’ll drive ticket prices down to those levels, it’ll cost you forty million dollars!
Sorry, no deal. Even if the NFL paid me to go, it wouldnt be worth it to sit there while a bunch of half-witted thugs insulted me and my country.
IF they paid me to take em, I still wouldn’t want em or go.
The NFL is dead to me.
and the beer would freeze
Atlanta was super bowl team last year.
In hunt for playoff.
Stadium is 1/3rd full tonight.
The NFL would have to pay me to go to one of their games. I’m available for nothing less than $1,000.
I wouldn’t sit home & watch one of their games for less than $100
I wouldn’t go if they paid me.
I used to go to the AFL Bills games when Jack Kemp was the quarterback and Cookie Gilcrist was the fullback. I think the tickets were five dollars then, too.
Just looked. Broncos vs Colts at Indie. 8:30pm start. Thursday night. Upper endzone are $4.
you likely can get them for free is you just show up to the stadium. They need people in those seats.
It will be interesting to see the viewership figures for the Super Bowl this year.
That is going to hurt the bottom line.
The announcers were nice enough to explain it’s because everybody’s in the concession area. Riiiight...
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