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You are confusing the NSS report and the MOU
Again from the MOU:

Except as provided in Section 4(e) below, during the Term (as defined below) the
Operator shall receive all revenues from the management, operation, and use of the Ballpark
including, but not limited to, revenues generated by: 5
(1) ticket sales for events held by the Operator;
(2) the sale of “club seats” and “box seats,” seat licenses to home games, private club
memberships, and suites;
(3) the sale of food, beverages, and merchandise;
(4) the sale of pouring rights;
(5) the sale of broadcasting rights for home games played and for other events at the
(6) the sale of naming rights for the Ballpark (subject to Section 6 below) ; and
(7) the sale of advertising, signage, and sponsorships

could the city add a ticket surcharge? I suppose they could but I would have to assume it would be in this MOU.
I remember one version of this deal involving $1/tckt over 300,000 but I do not see it in this MOU.
And don't forget - the multi-use aspect. With the exception of 10 city sponsored events ALL non tenant events are Operator sponsored.
So Mandalay keeps all their tkt revenues.



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