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Forbes Magazine Looks at America’s Most Profitable Rinks

Take a look at the Top 10 here.

Hockey, hoops and football have drawn roughly 1.6 million fans into the American Airlines Center over the past year, with the average ticket going for more than $50. Add $6.5 million annually in corporate naming rights, some $40 million from 144 luxury suites and various signage and sponsorships around the arena, and American Airlines Center rakes in about $8,800 a year from each of its 18,186 seats and luxury boxes.

While once just a place to watch the game, arenas are now big business and look to cater to a fan’s sense of comfort.

Reminder that the only way you can win authentic Jets jerseys, hats and shirts from Illegal Curve Hockey is by entering the contest which you can do (for free) here:

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Jets assistant coach Marty Johnston speaks ahead of puck drop in Chicago.

https://illegalcurve.com/game-26-jets-vs-blackhawks-pre-game-report/

If you like fishing and want to hear from big number 33, former Jets Dman Dustin Byfuglien spent almost an hour chatting on this podcast.

https://illegalcurve.com/former-winnipeg-jets-defenceman-dustin-byfuglien-on-get-the-net-fishing-podcast/

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