The NFL really just wants to ruin the entire fan experience. Of course with the expensive tickets and the fact that fans rarely can get a ticket I guess it doesn't matter. Having the Super Bowl in New Jersey doesn't really make a whole lot of sense anyway.
Beginning to look a bit corporate at the Super bowl games. What do tickets even cost now? 1 million dollars?
Beginning to? Brother, it's been that way for a while now.
For the average fan, the SuperBowl experience is in a home or at a bar, watching on TV. Seeing the game live has been outrageously expensive and cost prohibitive to most average folks for years and years. This is nothing new.
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