Rams, Chargers start selling premium seats at new stadium
The Rams and Chargers are set to move into their new stadium in Inglewood, California in 2020 and the process of selling tickets to their games is getting underway now.
Both teams have set both one-time stadium seat license and per-game prices for 13,000 premium-level seats to their games. The highest SSL for the Rams comes in at $100,000 for all access seats that come with food and beverage included, club access and the guaranteed right to buy tickets to other events, including the Super Bowl, held at the stadium. The Chargers will sell SSLs at that level for $75,000 and both teams will have some 500 seats in that tier.
Prices for non-club seats have not been announced yet. All season tickets will require a SSL, although the price for many of those seats is expected to be well below the prices announced this week.
Accused of sexual assault in 2011, Cuban denies it. But the question of whether arrests were made or charges were filed or verdicts were returned is irrelevant when a prominent public figure faces allegations that the court of public opinion may deem to be credible. Which underscores the importance not only of never crossing the line but always staying far enough away from it that plausible claims can’t be made, even if they are embellished, exaggerated, or flat-out false.
Recently, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (who has from time to time found himself at least within a stone’s throw of the line) addressed the impact of recent societal changes on the business he owns.
I really don’t want to get into that at all, Jones told reporters on Saturday, via the Dallas Morning News. But you need to, we all need to be very attuned and sensitive to fairness in the workplace. To any end that we need to give it more thought, we should and are. And just simply because of the reminders all over this country that we need to really use our energy and we ought to use our assets to be very equal and fair in the workplace.
Of course, it should have always been this way, not simply after Harvey Weinstein’s day of reckoning, or after the problems arose for the Mavericks or, to a lesser extent (but with far greater consequence), the Panthers.