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Third Circuit Court of Appeals Says No Standing for Football Fans Who Did Not Buy Super Bowl Tickets Directly on on the Secondary Market

Two football fans from New Jersey who alleged that the National Football League violated that state’s consumer protection law by not making sufficient numbers of Super Bowl tickets available for sale to the public did not have standing to bring a proposed class action, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month.

The court said that the fans had suffered no injuries since netter had participated in the NFL’s ticket lottery, nor had they purchased tickets on the secondary market for tickets.

The secondary market for sports and entertainment tickets have sometimes been found to be analogous, or be governed by similar principles, as secondary insurance markets.

The opinion of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Finkelman v. NFL, No. 15-1435 (3rd Cir. Jan. 14, 2016), can be found here, while a Law260 article about the opinion is available here.