The NFL is in the midst of a “low oil” crisis, and its ticket prices have become increasingly unaffordable for many fans.
Here’s how to make it work for you.
The league is trying to cut the price of tickets by 50 percent and has already increased ticket prices by more than $2,000.
To make things more complicated, NFL tickets are priced on a per-game basis, meaning the cheaper tickets are, the more expensive they will become.
And for some games, prices can be cut in half.
The league estimates that about 75 percent of tickets are already in high demand, and it says it will continue to offer tickets to fans who are willing to pay more than what the average ticket price is for the game.
But for some fans, tickets are becoming less and less affordable.
Here’s how:The NFL has increased ticket pricing for some home games.
The team is making some adjustments for the upcoming season, which starts next week.
The prices for home games will increase from $30 to $40 for non-fans, and from $45 to $50 for fans.
In addition, the prices will increase for fans who pay with their smartphone, tablets or Apple Pay.
The new pricing will apply to non-ticket purchases only.
For tickets, the league will increase the cost of a game from $1.50 to $2.00.
But, it will also offer refunds for fans that buy tickets through the NFL’s mobile app, or in-person, to any stadium where fans are expected to be.
And the NFL will make some adjustments to the stadium experience for nonfan ticket purchases.
The NFL says the league expects to reduce the number of games at home for this season by 10 percent and that it will start offering refunds for ticket refunds to fans in the first two weeks of the season.
The price of a ticket at the Oakland Coliseum for the Raiders’ home game against the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 10 will be $10.55.
But fans who buy their tickets through a mobile app or online from StubHub or Amazon.com, or who buy tickets from Ticketmaster, will have the option to pay the price directly to StubHub.