The cost of going to the Monday night regular-season Raiders home opener against the Ravens continues to fall, thanks in large part to a growing supply and less demand. And, at least some of the decreased demand could have to do with the decision to require proof of vaccinations for admission to Allegiant Stadium for Raiders’ games.
“There’s no question that there’s a lot of people that planned to go to this game on Monday night that will not be going because of this vaccination situation,” said KDWN’s ‘The Vegas Take’ host Brian Shapiro…
“I think the decision to have a mandate, to have everyone vaccinated or have a vaccination to enter the stadium, really affected the prices drastically,” added Moore.
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“You can see that has caused some effects to those prices going down. At one point, those roof and nosebleeds (tickets) as we would say, were well in the $800s, sometimes floating in the $900s,” said Moore. “Now, it kind of went down to like the $500s and now I’m seeing tickets in the $200s.”