NJ gives NFL super tax break for Super Bowl, and pays for security
Feb 6, 2014
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.
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( 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 …