Before Cowboys fans can pay $340 per game for a club seat in the new stadium, they must fork over anywhere from $16,000 to $150,000 for a "personal seat license," which guarantees the right to buy season tickets for 30 years. By September 2008, the Cowboys' club seat PSLs had already generated at least $120 million.
The Patriots ticket averages $130.70 per game. Gillette Stadium holds 65,878 people.
$130.70 * 65,878 = $8,610,254.60 per game, gross.
This does not include revenue generated by concessions, parking and souvenirs, programs, etc.
Nearly $800000 per game in the regular season.
The Patriots ticket averages $130.70 per game. Gillette Stadium holds 65,878 people. $130.70 * 65,878 = $8,610,254.60 per game, gross. This does not include revenue generated by concessions, parking and souvenirs, programs, etc.
The Yankees play 81 regular season games each year at Yankee Stadium. They will play additional games there, if they make the postseason.
Game Designers make around $68,000 - $70,000 yearly. It will also depend on the success rate of the game. More popular games will generate more revenue.
About $2.147 billion in revenue per year.
(Internal Revenue Service)
Really hard to say. Even if you limit the answer to the Brazilian real (plural is reais), it would depend on the price of the tickets at each game or event. In addition to soccer matches, other sports (like volleyball) use Maracana stadium, with different prices than for soccer games. What kind of game do you mean? If you only want to consider soccer games, there are still a lot more variables. At the time the stadium was closed for renovations in 2010, it had a capacity of 82,238 spectators. It's supposed to open in 2013 with a capacity of 85,000. There is a multi-tier price structure. Soccer tickets were running from 40 to 60 reais per seat in 2010, when it closed. You'd have to know how many tickets at each price were sold to determine total TICKET revenue (income) for any particular game. If you assume a sell-out of 85,000 seats, at an average price of 48 reais per seat (just a guess), you get a bit over 4 million reais. At the current exchange rate of about 1 dollar to 0.55 reais, you'd get about $2.25 million US, for ticket sales. And that still doesn't really address your question, how much does the stadium "make", a term that usually equates to profit, not revenue -- total revenue minus total expenses equals profit. You'd have to determine total ticket revenue plus any additional revenue (say, from sale of TV rights, sale of food and drinks, etc), then you'd have to find out total cost of personnel, utilities, food and drink, etc. If you can get all that info, you could determine how much the stadium "made" for that one game. Do all this for an entire season, and you could calculate the average profit per soccer game. ...But that would still leave the answer in REAIS, not dollars, and the exchange rate fluctuates from day to day. Good luck finding a better answer.
To make profit. They must earn millions in revenue from tourists each year.
Tax records are not public information.
they make about 500000 a year for each game they make