The Montreal Alouettes have struggled to sell out Percival Molson Stadium over the last few seasons, but they’re finding creative ways to put butts in the seats.
The Als have come out with a ‘3-win’ ticket package that guarantees fans tickets to every home game until the team collectives three victories on their home turf. This package is limited to a few sections, but at 79$ per person, it has the potential to be steal.
This deal guarantees fans a minimum of three home dates, but there’s also potential to get all nine home games. Imagine getting a season ticket for under $100.
The Alouettes have won just three home games in each of the last two seasons. If that trend continues, this $79 package would get you into every single regular season home game in Montreal. T
The Als might be taking a risk here, but I can certainly see why they’re open to doing it.
The team has a new general manager in Kavis Reed and a new head coach in Jacques Chapdelaine. Together, those two experienced football minds have brought a new vision and renewed optimism.
The Als have made several changes to their roster this season, including adding quarterback Darian Durant from Saskatchewan.
The organization clearly believes that a new pivot and new stars like Ernest Jackson, Ryan Phillips, Jovan Olafioye and Jabar Westerman will help take them back to the top of the Eastern Division standings.
If things don’t pan out the way the Als are hoping, some fans will be able to see a lot of losing football for a very cheap price.
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