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NFL, Ticketmaster Announce Five-Year Renewal Of Secondary Deal
Published April 9, 2012
The renewal, which picks up in the '13 season, includes all 32 teams. The deal will pay the NFL and its teams about $200M over the five years, though some of that money is forwarded from the existing deal, a source said. The press release announcing the deal said the NFL TicketExchange business had quadrupled in size since launching with the league in '08.