Giants Can’t Sell PSLS

From ProFootballTalk.com

As the Giants and the Jets prepare to open a new stadium in 2010 that will feature the ultimate sucker-born-every-minute device of requiring people to pay both a fee to enter the facility and a fee for the privilege of putting their fannies in the folding chairs, the Giants are having a hard time selling their allotment of so-called Personal Seat Licenses.

According to Neil Best of Newsday, the Giants have exhausted their six-figure season-ticket waiting list, and still haven’t sold out PSLs having price levels of $20,000, $12,500, and $7,500.  (Thanks to SportsBusiness Daily for the head’s up.)

“We’re not talking about a lot of tickets,” Giants V.P. of communications Pat Hanlon told Best.  “We are confident when we move into the new building [in 2010] we will be sold out.”

Best points out that the seats currently haven’t been made available to the public.  Best also points out that the Giants likely wouldn’t decline to accept a check made out to the team in the amount of $20,000.

Not surprising in todays economy.


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