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NFL makes new offer in response to ticket fiasco

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By PFW staff

The NFL continues its attempt to make amends to the 400 fans who couldn't sit in their seats at Super Bowl XLV.

In yet another example of compensation, the league e-mailed the fans an offer of either $5,000 or reimbursement for "actual, documented" Super Bowl XLV expensies, whichever figure is higher.

A total of 1,250 temporary seats were deemed unsafe just hours before the Super Bowl kickoff, and as a result, 400 fans were left without seats for the game.

This is the league's third offer to the fans, and it is a result of feedback from those affected. This offer represents an increase from the $2,400 in compensation offered last week.

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