NFL Provides Fans Who Lost Super Bowl Seats An Option

The NFL is continuing to attempt to right it’s wrong which left 400 fans without seats at this past weekend’s Super Bowl XLVI between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers.

Fans were originally offered three times the face value of their ticket, $2,400, and tickets to next year’s Super Bowl. The NFL has since provided the fans a second option. Here is the new offer from a NFL release:

One free ticket to a future Super Bowl game of the fan’s choice, including next year’s if so desired, plus round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations provided by the NFL. This offer will be personalized in the ticketholder’s name and is not transferable.

The NFL has done everything in it’s power to make up for their mistake and I think it is now time to move on.

Topics: NFL, Super Bowl, Super Bowl Seating, Super Bowl XLVI

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