I heard they get $2400 or all expenses paid trip to the Superbowl of their choice.
$2,400 + next year's Superbowl tickets (which are transferrable) OR tickets to the Superbowl of their choices, chosen after Conference Championships are completed and non-transferrable.
Instead, 1000 fans are now suing the NFL, The Cowboys, and Jerry Jones for somewhere between $5 & $15 Million in a class action suit. Amounts to about $15,000 if the number of clients in the class action suit stays constant and the damages are tripled from the $5 MM number as per Texas state law.
I gotta admit, I like the first option best. $2,400 recoups the loss of travel and ticket expense for most people, then you sell next year's ticket on eBay for more profit.
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