On the Point After yesterday, Ballsy was talking about attendance. Apparently there was just over 29,000 yesterday for a clinching game which is a few thousand short of a sellout. I remember back from about 2005 until about 2014 it was very hard to find a ticket. The 2007 playoff game, I remember, was sold out in less than an hour and fans who waited outside were po’d because tickets were sold online (granted this was the first home playoff game since 1988 I believe). This season, there are still plenty of tickets available for a first place finish (fourth in franchise history). I suspect a near sellout but the hype doesn’t seem to be there.
Is it because of
-A sluggish economy and less disposable income (along with expensive ticket prices)
-Something that can be fixed with in game experience ie investment in improving the tailgating?
-or something else
And what would be solutions.