Monday, January 18, 2021

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS PLAYOFF TICKETS SKYROCKET DESPITE COVID DEPRESSION!!!

A not-so-fun offers a glimpse at politics, plague, inflation and worsening American economic inequality.

Check-it . . .

KMBC: According to Ticketmaster, tickets through the Chiefs’ website for Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium start at nearly $800 apiece. There are some tickets that will run you as high as $4,500, too.

And so . . .

These prices will keep out low-rent Kansas City residents and serve to remind us of rising American wealth disparity as the pandemic persists.

Developing . . .

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is this for 2022, because I thought the season had been cancelled because it was too dangerous to play or congregate because of the dem media panic plague.

Anonymous said...

Pattycake's mommy had to come out and defend the supposed greatest QB because he got a boo boo LMAO

Anonymous said...

P. T. Barnum was right.

Anonymous said...


But yet no one can go out to a bar without being threatened by Quinton Lucas. Talk about hypocritical.

Anonymous said...


I wouldn't give 50 cents to see these morons.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't watch if you paid me.

Anonymous said...

Halftime will be a racist shit show.

Anonymous said...

Mahomes is the single greatest QB to ever play the game. He has transformed the game!

Anonymous said...

Not everyone has been impacted. Look at Wal-Mart parking lots. Always full. And then there's the guy that bought ten thousand dollars worth of TP. Spend it if you got it. Smart folks don't waste money. Don't think you can use it as a tax write off. All the fun went out when no more tailgating

Anonymous said...

Funny thing about Tony’s mashed up pic for this post is those guys in the 1930s unemployment line are more dressed up than nfl superstar Patrick mahomes does now :)

Anonymous said...

^So? He’s worth a billion dollars. You aren’t.

Anonymous said...

People in KC are stupid. They will spend spend spend until it runs out.