Premium seats in the new $2.6 billion NFL stadium, currently under construction in Inglewood, will require one-time personal seat licenses, up to $100,000 for Rams tickets and $75,000 for Chargers tickets, in addition to annual ticket prices.
Approximately 25% of the stadium’s capacity is designated “premium” and split into three classifications: All Access, VIP, and Club. After the 500 most expensive seats (All-Access) with the best locations, 2,500 VIP seats are accessible with $80,000 stadium seat licenses for Rams games and $50,000 SSL’s for Chargers games, and 10,000 Club seats come tagged with license fees ranging between $15,000-$35,000 for Rams games and $10,000-$25,000 for Chargers games.
All seats, premium or GA, for Rams games, and nearly all seats for Chargers games, will require a SSL, costing less than $1,000 for the least expensive ticket locations.
Similar to the Golden State Warriors strategy in building Chase Center, the Rams and Chargers will repay SSL costs to the seat holder after 50 years.