Sport Raiders fans will have to pay hefty price for Vegas stadium club PSLs

18:51  12 july  2018
18:51  12 july  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Details regarding the process for the sale of PSLs and Raiders Season Tickets at the new Las Vegas Stadium are being finalized. Details regarding pricing and seat rights to additional events at the new Las Vegas Stadium have yet to be determined.

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Looking to snag premium season tickets at Las Vegas Stadium? That'll be $75,000.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which cited a team representative who confirmed the pricing Wednesday, Raiders fans interested in personal seat licenses for club seating at the team's Las Vegas stadium will need to pay between $20,000 and $75,000 each.

That means the franchise could "generate at least $160 million in revenue based on the estimated 8,000 club seats and VVIP club seats available" in its inaugural season, according to the price list obtained by the Review-Journal.

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Fans who had registered with the Vegas Raiders for seats at the new stadium got a bit of a shock on Monday. The PSLs for the Falcons’ new stadium ranged from 0-00 in the upper level seating to ,000-,000 for the Club seats on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd levels.

Non- club level PSLs and prices will be far less and start at about ,000. Early in 2018, a stadium preview center will open – expected to be in the Raiders new retail outlet – at Town Square, a retail mall on the south Las Vegas Strip.

Fans who submitted their $100 deposits for PSLs more than a year ago recently began finalizing their purchases, and the Raiders are set to begin selling more seats next week, though other prices have not yet been released.

The Raiders will relocate from Oakland to Las Vegas in 2020 after the NFL voted to approve the move last March.

Don Webb, CEO of StadCo, which is in charge of building the new stadium, told the Review-Journal on Saturday the $1.9 billion domed facility that holds 65,000 seats is about 15 percent completed.

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