You’re so proud of yourself for finding tickets at a decent price that you forget about…
Well it’s happened to me, and the feeling of, “I can’t believe I just spent $___ on _________” is not a good one.
With NFL ticket prices being what they are, it’s far too easy to get freaked out and worry too much about what it costs to get inside the stadium, and not enough about what you’ll spend at the stadium.
|“What you spend at NFL football stadiums can account for up to 60% of your game day costs…”|
For one thing, there won’t be fun facts about what the stadium is made of, or how many bathrooms are in it.
Also, I won’t be ranking or grading the stadiums, because frankly, most NFL fans don’t give a ***t. Unless it presents a danger, your stadium is your stadium - you don’t get to choose it, and the only thing that really matters is who plays in it.
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