Less than a month ago, the Giants announced they were going to generate revenue by issuing personal seat licenses to season ticket holders. Yesterday, they released the specifics of the plan that will charge $1,000-20,000 per seat. The monies collected will go towards paying debt on the new stadium. And the Giants aren't just selling PSLs, but they're also jacking up the price of the actual ticket too - the most expensive tickets will be $700 at the new stadium versus $115 this coming season. Assuming all the licenses are sold, the Giants will collect about $367 million. The new stadium, which the Giants will share with the Jets, is scheduled to open in 2010. The Jets have yet to reveal their PSL pricing scheme.
Giants Release Seat License Price Details
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