Not enough Canadians IMO realize the bargain you have in CFL football. Yesterday the Chicago Bears unveiled their "Tiered Pricing Structure" for Single Game Tickets. The least expensive Upper Rows End Zone seats are for a December 24th(BRRR) contest with the Washington Redskins priced at $120.($150 Canadian)
For most regular season contests the least expensive ticket is $190 ($240 Canadian) and for the Green Bay Packers game the least expensive ticket is $240 ($300 Canadian). That is as much if not more than most CFL teams charge for a season ticket for that seating level (end zone upper rows)
All seats from goal line to goal line require a Personal Seat License that is only available for purchase from Jan 1 to May 23rd and the mininum fee is $1450 ($1850 Canadian) not including the ticket cost.
On top of all that, 4 of the 10 home games are scheduled between American Thanksgiving/ Grey Cup Weekend (11/27) and Christmas Weekend (12/24) , along with a Monday Night Game on Halloween.
The major difference that exists between CFL and NFL football is player size, not talent level. Season kicks off in a few weeks and I will be excited to see what impact Vernon Adams, Jordan Lynch, Chad Spann, Jordan Brescacan, Tyrell Sutton and Devarias Daniels make in 2016.