Giant Cost For Fans

More than 80 percent of the New York Giants’ current season ticket holders will be charged between $1,000 and $7,500 for the right to buy tickets for the team’s new stadium under a personal seat license plan announced by the Giants on Thursday. Licenses for some of the best seats will cost as much as $20,000.

Giants fans learn cost of stadium seat licenses – ESPN.com

  • http://thelandryhat.com thelandryhat

    That is actually pretty cheap. The Cowboys charged as much as $100,000

  • steamroller78

    Given the fact that the Jets and Giants have to share the stadium and these PSL’s are a double whammy it is still BS. The tickets are too high for the average Joe to take his family to a game, and by selling out season tickets which most people can’t afford, there are no single game tickets left at face value, and we are forced to buy them on Stubhub, Razorgator, and Ebay for markups no lower than 2 times the cost plus rediculous shipping fees. No PSL’s on the three lowers from 20 to 20 for Dallas are cheaper than $16,000 per seat going up to a ball kicking $150,000 which for some reason have sold out. Corporate America I am sure. The PSL’s are not forever either thus causing their value to depreciate. Not to mention those seats are also $340 per game, or $3,400 per season (because the pre season games are also $340 per game). On the business end of it, these seats are selling and the stadiums will be paid for by the fans and the tax payers, so what’s not to love. The rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Robin Hood. Great movie. Take some advice. If you question if it is affordable, don’t buy. Go for the BIGGGG TV and invite your fam and friends over on Sunday. You will enjoy it more.