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NFL Signs 5-year Extension With Ticketmaster For NFL Ticket Exchange

Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. (LYV) said Friday that the National Football League has signed a five-year contract extension with Ticketmaster, a division of Live Nation, to continue to operate the popular NFL Ticket Exchange.

The NFL Ticket Exchange, the only official ticket resale marketplace for the NFL, is a secure resale marketplace that enables fans to buy and sell NFL tickets, including tickets for all 32 teams.

As one of the longest running ticket exchanges and the only official ticket exchange for the NFL, the NFL Ticket Exchange has quadrupled in size since its launch in 2008.

by RTT Staff Writer

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