With the body oil industry in a frenzy, the NFL has gone to the next level with a $20-per-bottle premium.
With all the hype surrounding the league’s new body oil, it’s hard to imagine a time when the league wouldn’t be offering a $10 premium.
And that’s exactly what it is.
Forget that $10 figure.
It’s more than enough to pay for a full bottle of body oil at an average store.
It also gets you an additional $5 for each additional bottle.
That means that the average player who doesn’t have the money to buy a bottle of premium body oil will be paying more than $50 a month for the privilege.
The body oil premium is just the latest example of the league pushing its brands and product lines to the extreme.
But it’s also a good indicator of how far it has come since the days of the days when athletes were treated like royalty.
It’s hard not to be impressed with the body oils of today.
But there are so many of them.
They’re super-premium and they’re super cheap.
And if you don’t like their smell, they can be just as bad.
The $10 body oil price is part of a larger trend that the league has been pushing to the consumer in recent years.
From the $50 price of the new Powerball jackpot, to the $2 billion in free TV deals, the league is using the money it’s getting to expand its products and brands.
The NFL is not the only sports league to embrace this trend.
But with the NFL getting even more creative with its marketing, it is one of the most ambitious.
The NFL has been the beneficiary of its fans’ desire to have a more personalized experience.
That’s why we can’t afford to be complacent about how our bodies look.
The reality is, many women are starting to think that a $5 bottle of oil is a little too much.