Section 209, row 8, seats 1 - 10. They are there for my taking. At $350 (plus fees and shipping) a pop. The game is 27 days away, by the way.
So much for the insatiable demand for NFL football in Toronto. It's enough to make us stick in the mud three downers jump for joy.
Look, no one is denying that there are a lot of NFL fans in T.O. No one is suggesting that there are more CFL fans in the city than those that prefer their gridiron Yankee. Clearly, there is interest in the game. But, enough to pay $350 a ticket?
At the risk of coming off as a bit cynical, it warms the heart to see
It's often been said that the NFL in Toronto is a no brainer--that 55,000 would gladly come out to support a team. Maybe. But, it's not so clear that there are 55,000 willing to come out and watch the Bills. At least not at the prices Rogers is looking for. In August, they had to resort to papering the house to make sure that the city wasn't embarrassed. Even then, scalpers were getting less than half face value in the lead up to the game.
Once again,that's 27 days to game-day. Lots of good seats are still available.