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  • THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY TURNSTILE TRACKER

         TODAY:  1997 AFC Home Attendance Through Week 9
    
          
    '97 YEAR-TO-DATE
    '96 TIX REVENUE
    TEAM
    HOME
    DATES
    AVG.
    %CAP
    TIX
    REVENUE
    AVG.
    +/- FROM '96
    NEP^
    5
    60,292
    100%
    $40
    $11,922,743
    60,292
    + $1,673,103
    SDC^
    3
    60,140
    85%
    $43
    $7,801,360
    59,782
    + $1,520,698
    NYJ^
    3
    77,803
    100%
    $31
    $7,254,352
    77,745
    + $1,423,757
    KCC^
    3
    78,977
    99%
    $38
    $9,003,416
    79,602
    + $1,361,624
    PIT^
    5
    59,600
    100%
    $36
    $10,745,880
    59,480
    + $533,096
    CIN
    3
    56,958
    94%
    $35
    $5,997,642
    52,231
    + $497,718
    BUF^
    4
    72,741
    91%
    $36
    $10,352,427
    79,514
    + $174,668
    SEA<
    5
    55,405
    83%
    $33
    $9,044,800
    51,831
    + $150,601
    DEN
    4
    75,511
    99%
    $35
    $10,571,540
    74,706
    + $112,665
    JAX
    4
    73,000
    100%
    $37
    $10,804,000
    73,000
    No Change
    OAK
    4
    51,242
    81%
    $51
    $10,475,812
    51,748
    - $103,600
    MIA^
    4
    69,999
    93%
    $34
    $9,603,794
    75,208
    - $323,694
    IND^
    3
    50,374
    83%
    $34
    $5,201,585
    58,412
    - $411,192
    BAL<
    4
    60,690
    94%
    $39
    $9,533,224
    63,978
    - $1,102,519
    TEN^
    4
    24,005
    38%
    $40
    $3,875,407
    39,222
    - $1,107,387
    NOTES: All attendance numbers, based on tickets sold, were acquired from the teams. (^) = higher average ticket price than '96; (<) = lower average ticket price than '96; "'96 AVG." = average attendance through the same number of games played in '96; "TIX" = average ticket price; "TIX REVENUE +/-" = approximate figure based on the increase/ decrease in revenue from ticket sales, compared to the same number of home dates in '96. TEAM NOTES: The Oilers are playing their first season in Tennessee in Memphis' Liberty Bowl, capacity 62,380. They played last season in the Astrodome, capacity 59,969. Capacity at the Chargers' Qualcomm Stadium was increased from 63,000 to 71,000. -30-

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