Raiders- 50% attendence and only 1 sell out
OUCH!! knew they were bad .. NOT this bad- this is the other side of league away from chicago's sellout's and decade+ waiting list...man crazy Al sure screwed the pooch here~
To avoid a pay cut, employees must sell season tickets worth 10 percent of their salary during the lockout. For example, an employee making $60,000 a year would have to sell $500 worth of season tickets for each month of the lockout, which began March 12.
The cheapest season tickets for the Raiders cost $260 per year, with the most expensive non-club seats going for $960 annually
The Raiders were last in the league in attendance last year, averaging about 46,430 fans per home game and selling out the approximately 63,000-seat stadium just once. Oakland had an extremely low season-ticket base as evidenced by the crowd of 32,218 for a game against Houston on Oct. 3, the smallest in Oakland since 1967.
The Raiders have had just two sellouts the past two seasons. They have had 83 of 128 regular-season games blacked out locally on television because games did not sell out since returning to Oakland in 1995.