you are all missing the point (or trying to ignore it) given the advent of the free ticket market the idea of a PSL is about as relevant as a compact disc. The Jets were at the tail end of the viability of the product and now any new venue will be built with the idea of the secondary ticket market in mind. Don't believe me? The NY Yankees just terminated their relationship with StubHub as it reeked havoc on their playoff ticket market last year. You can argue it or justify it all you want, but I or anybody else go go to any game without a PSL making it irrelevant. If you bought a PSL because you want to sit in the same seats and it gives you satisfaction feeling you are somehow a part of the team, more power to you. If you bought it as "investment gold" you might as well have purchased stock in eight track tape players. All fans should thank Woody Johnson as his bumbling single handily saved sports from falling over the fiscal cliff.
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