Washington Commanders Settle MD Lawsuit Over Ticket Deposits
The Washington Commanders settled a lawsuit with Maryland’s Attorney General over the withholding of deposits that season ticket holders were owed. The team will return the deposits to consumers who have not yet received them back as required, and also pay a $250,000 settlement. Maryland AG Brian E. Frosh... Read more
Commanders Sued by D.C. Attorney General Over Ticket Money
Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced a lawsuit against the Washington Commanders for cheating season ticket holders out of deposit money that should have been returned. The lawsuit is the second Racine’s office has filed against Pro Football Inc., the company that operates the NFL franchise, in two... Read more
SeatGeek to Take Over Washington Commanders Ticketing
SeatGeek announced a deal with the Washington Commanders NFL franchise on Monday, adding a fourth league client to its growing primary ticketing business. Washington joins the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, and Arizona Cardinals in using SeatGeek to power their box offices among NFL franchises, while the majority of... Read more
Full 2022 NFL Schedule Released and Single-Game Tickets On Sale
It may be May, but football is on the top of many sports fans minds this Friday morning, following Thursday night’s release of the full NFL schedule for the 2022 season. Tickets for most games are on sale now, with games beginning in early September and running through to... Read more
Washington Accused of Withholding Ticket Revenue from NFL
The Washington Commanders allegedly failed to properly share revenue associated with ticket sales at their home games with other league franchises, according to a report from Front Office Sports published over the weekend. The allegations were reportedly made as part of a House Oversight Committee investigation of the NFL... Read more