The last thing you want to happen when you arrive at the Super Bowl, ticket in hand, is for them to have run out of seats. But that’s just what happened to around 1,250 fans at the game this year.
And as a result, they’re suing for over $5 million.
The problem arose when the Cowboys didn’t finish expansions to the stadium in time for the game, resulting in a shortage of seats. Out of the 1,250, 850 were relocated to other seats and 400 were not.
Mike Dolabi, one of the "Founders" of Texas Stadium who paid a at least $100,000 per seat to help pay for the state-of-the-art venue's construction, was one of the named plaintiffs in the suit.
We think they are totally in the right to sue. Tickets to the Super Bowl are ridiculously expensive, and those fans shouldn’t have had to settle for anything less than what they paid for!
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