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August 26, 2008


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A key factor in football pricing policies is the revenue sharing agreement among the teams. Regular ticket receipts are pooled. A club seat will show two prices, a ticket price and a premium to be in the club, reflecting the fact that only the base price must be shared. Suite revenue and PSL revenue stay at home as does preseason TV money. These rules generally favor the larger market teams and teams with new stadiums designed to take advantage of the arrangement.

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