NJ gives NFL super tax break for Super Bowl, and pays for security

Feb 6, 2014
Customs helicopter keeps watch on Super Bowl
NJ agreed to give the NFL an $8 million tax break on Super Bowl tickets and parking at
MetLife Stadium, along with a pass on all security costs, to bring the big game to the state. 

(John O’Boyle/The Star-Ledger

( NFL – National Freedloader League)


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Spencer Platt/Getty Images. The league, which pays no federal taxes because of its tax-exempt status, receives 100 percent of the revenues from the sale of all Super Bowl tickets and parking, and has long gotten a pass on state and city sales taxes …
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  1. Larry Kaminski
    February 6th, 2014 at 11:44 am #


    I hope this article does not catch anyone by surprise. We all knew the Commish and owners would line their pockets from the Super Bowl. Off course these men struggling with a monopoly that is tax free in the name of giving back so much to their players, towns, former players need all they can get to uphold the image of great NFL owners…charitable and compassionate…what a joke..

    thank you…Larry K