NFL Getting Desperate: Ticket Prices Fall to $29 as Ratings Nightmare Continues
The NFL has once again found itself in a public relations nightmare — this time involving extremely low ticket resale prices due to a massive decline in ticket sales.
On Dec. 10, M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore will play host to a sold-out contest between the Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions. However, the resale prices for tickets to the game are shocking.
According to The Baltimore Sun, tickets being resold cost as little as $29 for an upper-deck end zone seat that originally sold for $80.
The decline in ratings and attendance is a problem that isn’t unique to the Ravens franchise. Rather, it’s one that is plaguing the entire league.
A Twitter user stated that tickets to Sunday’s game between the Miami Dolphins and the visiting Denver Broncos were supposedly selling for as low as $19.