I was told by players in the super bowl they can get 15 tickets each, also it should be noted they are not free tickets!! The players pay from 800-1500$ each ticket. And it doesnt include practice squad players only the the rooster players. Players on injured reserve are not included also.
other games played at other stadiums, the tickets bought during the season pay for the super bowl.
Tickets to the Gator bowl vary in cost. If one was trying to obtain tickets to the Gator Bowl in a certain section, he or she would most likely pay more.
For a wild card team, and the 2nd and 3rd seeds the pay is for 2012 is $200,000.00. For #1, and #2 seeds 168,000.00.
Super Bowl tickets for the general public are not readily available. I think I read on average 60,000 seat stadium 4,000 tickets would go to the general public. Of course they sell out in a nano-second. As such, you most likely have to buy from the secondary market Do a bit of research... don't ever pay hefty hidden fees.
no you have to not make the superbowl
They will pay a lot of money for the Super Bowl in 2012 for the New York Giants and the New England Patriots and the field.
No, the players do not pay to go to the Pro Bowl. The winning team of the Pro Bowl game get significantly more money than the losing team, however both teams are well paid.
$88,000.00 Losers get $44,000.00
First of all, the teams pay the players. The teams get the money from advertisements/sale from tickets. There are many other ways, but use your head to figure it out.
maybe not cuz the nfl people dont have enough money to pay the players and everywhere is bad the economy is bad so maybe there might not be a NFL football season next year. People spent hella money on super bowl xlv tickets and they didnt get in because the construction workers didnt finish constructing all of the seats
Rose Bowl tickets cost $175 each. However, they do tend to sell out quickly and third party brokers have been known to charge in excess of $2000 for them.
A hundred thousand per player
Yes you can once you have cable and you pay for it.
its 10 millon for 30 sec
No, they did not.
The Television network that wins the Bid to broadcast the Super Bowl pays the NFL. The TV network makes their money through Commercials. The consumer that buys the products from the companies that buy commercial time for the Super Bowl pays for everything.
Sponsors, investors, advertisers, and event tickets, to name the major sources.