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    Money for playoff games

    Does anyone know how much the players earn for playoff games and the SUPERBOWL?


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    Re: Money for playoff games

    I am not sure if there are fixed rewards or are based on gate revenues garnered as in Baseball
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    Re: Money for playoff games

    Do NFL Teams Profit from the Playoffs?
    The Greater a Team's Success in the NFL Post Season, the More Profits They Lose
    The NFL pays division winning teams a flat fee of $580,000 and other teams $500,000 in the first round. In the second round, each team gets $580,000 and in the championship round $960,000. The Super Bowl winner receives $3.5 million and runner up $2.59 million. That is usually not enough to cover team expenses
    Do NFL Teams Profit from the Playoffs? - Associated Content

    I have no idea if this is accurate, but it is what I was able to find for you, laram0!
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    Re: Money for playoff games

    From the NFLPA:

    Here’s how playoff pay is calculated: In the first two rounds—wild card and divisional playoffs—players who are on the active, inactive or injured reserve list at the time of the game will be paid the full amount (see below).

    For players who are on (or who have been on) teams that are fortunate enough to advance to conference championships or the Super Bowl, the payout is either the full amount (listed below) or a partial amount depending on their status. For example, said DePaso, if a player left the team halfway though the season, he may still be entitled to a percentage of the pay for that game. The percentage paid depends on several factors, including the number of games the player played with the club. DePaso advises any player who thinks he may be owed championship game or Super Bowl money to reference the CBA or to call the NFLPA legal department. The CBA says players should be paid within 15 days after the game in question has been played.

    A player who qualifies will receive the following amounts for each post-season game played after the 2007 season:

    Wild Card (Division Winner) $20,000

    Wild Card (Other) $18,000

    Divisional Playoffs $20,000

    Conference Championship $37,500

    Super Bowl (Winner) $78,000

    Super Bowl (Loser) $40,000

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    Re: Money for playoff games

    Thank you all for the info.:r:r

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