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Silver Minings: Raiders give another break to season-ticket holders

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Payment extensions are offered again

Las Vegas Raiders Hold Practice In Park
Alec Ingold and Las Vegas fans
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The Raiders are showing compassion to season-ticket holders in their first season in Las Vegas while everyone deals with the realities of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Las Vegas Review Journal reported that the team is giving another extension to season-ticket holders who chose a payment plan. Friday was supposed to be the deadline for the final payment for 2020 Raiders’ season tickets. However, the Raiders told the affected season-ticket holders on Thursday that they will have an extension period to make the final payment. This is the third extension the franchise has given to the season ticket holders.

The Raiders referenced the uncertainty surrounding this season for the extension. The NFL will follow local health guidelines in determining if and when fans can attend games in each NFL city this season. A decision won’t occur for weeks, so it makes sense for the Raiders to be flexible with the payment of season tickets for their fans, especially since many are likely dealing with financial burdens associated with the pandemic.

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