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    Playoff ticket pricing substantial cost increase?



    Two years ago playoff tix cost me $341.00 -- the formula was easily understood...25% over face for div/wc 35% over face for AFCC.

    This year my tix are $482.00 with the only explanation being that the NFL sets the prices.

    Well, I've purchased mine and if you're reading this you purchased yours as well. I guess I don't think the increase is unreasonable...my question is how the fomula is currently constructed.

    or...is my public high school education just falling short in the math department?




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    Re: Playoff ticket pricing substantial cost increase?

    I haven't paid for mine yet, I will probably do it Wednesday. I'm not giving them my money early. As far as the formuka, it's all about how much $$$$$ they can lift out of your pocket.


    My youngest son Kyle w/ Michael Phelps after the Browms game 12/24/11

    Season Ticket Holder Since 96,
    Loud, Proud & Purple in Section 504. GO RAVENS, all the way to Indy for the Lombardi!!!




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    Re: Playoff ticket pricing substantial cost increase?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeinGlennDale View Post
    Two years ago playoff tix cost me $341.00 -- the formula was easily understood...25% over face for div/wc 35% over face for AFCC.

    This year my tix are $482.00 with the only explanation being that the NFL sets the prices.

    Well, I've purchased mine and if you're reading this you purchased yours as well. I guess I don't think the increase is unreasonable...my question is how the fomula is currently constructed.

    or...is my public high school education just falling short in the math department?
    I really thought the price would have been higher this year.






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