BY CHRISTINE VALDEZ
With the New York Jets missing out on post-season football, and as the team decides changes within their roster, fans are looking to make changes themselves.
As the offseason for the Jets is underway, several fans and season ticket holders are trying to get rid of their personal seat licenses at MetLife Stadium. More than 1,100 fans are listing their PSLs for sale on seasonticketrights.com according to the New York Post. Some PSLs being sold on the site are going for less than their original prices.
On the New York Jets website PSLs for seats behind the Jets bench go for $60,000, with all PSLs ranging from $60,000 to $5,000 in the mezzanine end zone seats.
One fan who purchased four “Coaches Club” PSLs for $30,000 each is now selling them for $12,00 a seat meanwhile another fan who paid $60,000 for two is sell his PSLs for $20,000, according to the NY Post.
When the MetLife Stadium was first built PSLs first went on sale in order to give consumers the right tot purchase season tickets, a method that was used by both the Jets and Giants. According to CBS New York Giants fan’s licenses have increased in value due to the Giants Super Bowl win last season.
As the value for Giants fan’s PSLs values have increased, Jets PSL owners have taken their displeasure over them to the online message boards.