We all know attendance is a major concern for today’s CFL. So to that end something I would like to see would be, in lieu of a better term, would be a kind of “scaling” season tickets where it tickets sold for a game reached higher attendance numbers than normal, say in benchmarks of 30,000, 35,000, 40,000 etc, season ticket holders would get a small refund on their tickets based on percentages.
A big problem I have with today’s CFL is the “old boys club” mentality it has and running its business in the usual status quo fashion instead of as a family business, which it should be as most of its fans are blue collar.
The CFL is nothing without its fan. So the CFL would be wise to tie its fortunes to its fans. Most importantly it would allow fans to feel apart of the league again if they would reap the league’s benefits if it got there. And if it got there, there would be no negatives for the league as their newfound or re-found prosperity would more than make up for it.
Thoughts? Is this reasonable or logistically possible?