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Jereld R. Nicholson Library

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Economics

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We study the demand-side determinants of average NFL ticket prices using a panel model for the years 2010 to 2013. We estimate the average ticket price as a function of income, population, the housing price index, winning percentage from the previous season, and other professional sports teams in the metropolitan area of each team. Our results indicate that income has the largest effect on the average NFL ticket price. The number of other professional sports teams was found to have the smallest effect in the average NFL ticket price.

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The Demand Side Determinate of NFL Ticket Prices

Jereld R. Nicholson Library

We study the demand-side determinants of average NFL ticket prices using a panel model for the years 2010 to 2013. We estimate the average ticket price as a function of income, population, the housing price index, winning percentage from the previous season, and other professional sports teams in the metropolitan area of each team. Our results indicate that income has the largest effect on the average NFL ticket price. The number of other professional sports teams was found to have the smallest effect in the average NFL ticket price.

 

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