In the days before the Super Bowl, fans were told that if they couldn’t find a particular item on the team’s store shelves, they could order it from a local supplier.
It was like that in Lincoln.
But on Tuesday, NFL Insider’s Tom Pelissero reported that the Seahawks were actually selling the Superbowl tickets they were selling at home to people who could smell them.
Pelisseros source Seattle Seahawks says they are selling Super Bowl tickets at home, selling them to sniffers article A source with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed the report to Pelissers.
The Seahawks are selling the tickets in order to make sure they’re available for fans who want to sniff the tickets before they’re released to the general public, the source said.
That will save them money.
If a fan does end up sniffing the tickets, they’ll have to go to a Seattle bar and pay $2.50 for an empty beer bottle or $4.50 to buy a full beer bottle, the Seattle source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
A Seahawks spokesman said he had no comment.
On the NFL website, tickets to the SuperBowl are available to buy on the secondary market.
Tickets to Sunday’s game are also available for sale on secondary markets.
The Seattle Seahawks are the team that owns the home field at CenturyLink Field, and tickets are available for purchase at the stadium.
Tickets for the home opener are also being sold at a discounted price.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday.
Ticket prices are not yet available.
Pelisers source also says Seahawks have no plans to offer any refunds to fans who have sniffed the SuperCamps tickets.
The SuperCamp is a weeklong camp that is usually attended by the top prospects in the NFL Draft.
There are also camps for other teams in the league.
The NFL does not have a system in place to reward or punish fans for sniffing SuperCamped tickets.