NFL

Over the past decade, the National Football League has grown into the largest sports league in North America and has continued to grow into countries around the world. The NFL was formed in 1922, and was originally known as the American Professional Football Association and was comprised of 11 teams. Now, the league is made up of 32 franchises and draws millions of fans to its stadium every year. Its championship game, the Super Bowl, is the most watched sporting event in the world with tickets often the most expensive of any sports event as well.

Collectively the NFL is worth nearly $34 billion, according to Forbes, and many of the teams are worth in excess of $1 billion themselves. Due to its popularity, many teams have waiting lists in the thousands and have begun to capitalize further on it by charging for Personal Seat Licenses, or the right to purchase season tickets. PSL’s are used in other sports, but are especially prevalent in the NFL. They have been in the news more lately, when the Dallas Cowboys announced they would be charging $100,000 for some of their PSLs.

Ticket Brokers Donated 18,000 NFL Seats to Ronald McDonald House
by Romy Oltuski Every April, football fans across the county have their eyes glued to their computer screens, waiting for the NFL schedule to be released. In the aftermath of draft pick mania, it’s the final bit of bedlam until preseason kickoff. But for Roger Jones, CEO of Alliance... Read more
Could Stadium Delay in California Move the 2021 Super Bowl?
Heavy rains have been fantastic news in California, as the state has been able to recover from a lengthy drought after the spring soaking. But it could spell trouble for one of the marquee events on the calendar – the Super Bowl – in 2021. Officials related to the... Read more
In the not too distant past, sports teams and fans enjoyed a symbiotic relationship. Teams offered season tickets for sale, and fans purchased them. Teams would place print ads, run radio commercials and call past ticket holders for renewals. With the advent of the secondary market fans realized there... Read more
There is one big play left in overtime when it comes to a Super Bowl ticket snafu
There is one big play left in overtime when it comes to a Super Bowl ticket snafu. A consumer protection lawsuit filed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson rages on a month after the Seahawks lost to the Patriots. The Seahawks did not respond to a pair of calls... Read more
Last night the National Football League announced its 2015 schedule. The Patriots and Steelers will kick off the season on Thursday September 10th at Gillette Stadium in a matchup between two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and four-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady. The Patriots are the defending... Read more
NFL Announces 2015 Schedule
Last night the National Football League announced its 2015 schedule. The Patriots and Steelers will kick off the season on Thursday September 10th at Gillette Stadium in a matchup between two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and four-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady. The Patriots are the defending... Read more
TicketNetwork’s NFL First-Day Ticket Report Highlights 2014’s Hottest Games
The NFL released its schedule Wednesday, Apr. 23 – and football fans wasted no time purchasing tickets to the best games of 2014 from TicketNetwork’s exchange. TicketNetwork released its NFL First-Day Ticket Report on Friday, giving fans a guide to the most popular games of the upcoming season. Don... Read more
Bruno Mars follows Super Bowl buzz with full tour ticket sales
Summarized by Warren Peterson, TicketNews Staff Tickets are now on sale for Bruno Mars’ full tour beginning on February 15th in Las Vegas. He will perform in much of North America, including Mexico City, Mexico. He will also be making a stop in Piscadera Bay, Curacao in the Caribbean.... Read more
Looking For A Cheap Way To See The Super Bowl In Person? Join The Club…Literally
At an average price of over $3,000, Super Bowl tickets are down almost 25% since the conference championships. At a get-in price of $1,400, we may be headed for the cheapest Super Bowl in five years. Even at these lower prices, though, this is still the biggest event in... Read more
Super Bowl Tickets Plummet More Than 10% Down to $1,800
SUPER BOWL TICKETS PLUMMET MORE THAN 10% DOWN TO $1,800 Contact Information Hallie Faulkenberry, Ticket Club™ Specialist 860-644-4000 x1224 Hallie.faulkenberry@ticketclub.com SOUTH WINDSOR, CT – January 23, 2014 Tickets for this year’s Super Bowl at Met Life Stadium plummeted to close to $1,800 on the broker wholesaler market at approximately... Read more