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NFL Teams Sold An Average Of 48,200 Personal Seat Licenses Last Season

The 15 NFL teams that sell personal seat licenses last season sold an average of 48,200 PSLs, accounting for an average of 69% of capacity at their respective venues, according to data from consulting firm Conventions, Sports & Leisure Int’l. The Giants led all clubs with 75,261 PSLs sold. The Ravens led all clubs in licenses as a percent of capacity at 96%. The Cowboys had the highest projections in terms of PSL revenue over the duration of the Cowboys Stadium with $650M. By comparison, the Seahawks finished at the bottom with only $20.5M in revenue projected (THE DAILY).  

NFL TEAMS WITH PSLs AT HOME VENUES ('10 FIGURES)
TEAM VENUE
PSLs
PSLs AS % OF CAPACITY
TOTAL PSL
REVENUE GOAL
Cowboys Cowboys Stadium
56,314
70%
$650.0M
Giants MetLife Stadium
75,261
91%
$400.0M
Jets MetLife Stadium
47,804
58%
$325.9M
Panthers Bank of America Stadium
62,400
88%
$195.0M
Raiders O.Co Coliseum
45,000
71%
$84.0M
Rams Edward Jones Dome
57,800
88%
$74.0M
Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
65,700
96%
$72.3M
Titans LP Field
61,500
90%
$71.0M
Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
29,000
43%
$60.0M
Bears Soldier Field
27,500
45%
$55.0M
Texans Reliant Stadium
45,420
68%
$50.0M
Steelers Heinz Field
49,533
77%
$45.2M
Browns Browns Stadium
49,733
72%
$35.0M
Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
42,000
65%
$25.0M
Seahawks CenturyLink Field
8,356
13%
$20.5M

 

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