While the Los Angeles Chargers’ plan to play in the StubHub Center with its 30,000-seat capacity is unusual, it is an interesting experiment. It has been decades since an NFL team played in a stadium that small.
As such, it won’t be cheap. The Chargers announced season-ticket prices, and they’re significantly more expensive than the Los Angeles Rams’ 2016 season tickets in the enormous Los Angeles Coliseum. The Chargers’ cheapest season tickets are $700 (the Rams offered $675, $585 and $360 plans) and the Chargers’ most expensive season tickets are $3,750. The Rams’ most expensive season tickets were $2,025 last year, in their first Los Angeles season. The Chargers have four tiers at $2,200 or more.
This is simple economics, supply and demand. The Rams have the largest stadium in the NFL and the Chargers have the smallest by far, at least until the two teams move into a huge Inglewood stadium in 2019. There’s good reason the Chargers are charging a lotRead More »from The Los Angeles Chargers' temporary stadium is small, and season tickets won't be cheap