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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - SEPTEMBER 21: General view outside of Allegiant Stadium during the NFL game between the New Orleans Saints and the Las Vegas Raiders on September 21, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Raiders defeated the Saints 34-24. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Unless you really know somebody or were one of the 2,000 fans who got into last year’s Fremont Cannon game between UNLV and that school from up north, here’s your first chance to get a look at the insides of The Death Star. (C’mon, you know you can’t wait to see what it’s like inside!)

Your Las Vegas Raiders (we still get all tingly saying that) are now selling tickets to go on a stadium tour. What’s the catch? Well, there’s two of them:

  1. Right now, they’re only selling tickets to season ticket holders, though they’ll get around to selling them to the rest of us sad sacks who don’t have a personal seat license, whatever that is.
  2. Tickets will set you back $59 (unless, of course, you want the drink & view add-on that’ll cost you another $21).

Got questions? You’ll be delighted to know that the Raiders have a convenient FAQ page you can check out.

And now, we’re pleased to share some of our favorite stuff from the Silver & Black’s first year in Vegas.