Originally Posted by SAR I
Here we go again.
There have been 68 seats that have changed hands on this website considered to be "the biggest PSL fan-to-fan marketplace" since 2009. Four years, 68 seats, 28 transactions. That's an average of 17 seats and 7 transactions per year. OMG! IT'S A PSL EXODUS!
68 seats out of 82,500 is a percentage so small I can't even calculate it. Alkotraz gives good opinions but its based on a sample size that's so small it makes the entire hypothesis incorrect. "Wait until next year, the prices may come down" really? The odds of more seats opening up in Section 142 are smaller than the odds of the Jets winning 5 games next season.
Instead of talking about the "prices" of PSL's that are "currently for sale", better to talk about the big picture: NO ONE IS SELLING THEIR PSL's.
But I expect this from you, QJF. Two fans and a hot-dog vendor showed up in Queens to "protest" the Jets leaving for New Jersey and you view it as an "outrage" that the team was out of touch with its fans. Meanwhile, in the middle of two very disappointing seasons, the stadium is 95% sold out and 90% full, and there are a whopping 17 seats a year changing hands on PSL sale sites. EXODUS!
Thanks for the laughs.
Oh so this thread and your 68 seats is a scientific sample of the secondary PSL market? Alkrotraz who constantly surveys the markets in different sites seems to have a good grasp on it. The prices seem to be declining significantly.
You're smart enough to know the laws of supply and demand right? Prices don't go down if more people aren't selling then are buying. Hence once again your analysis of PSl's is flawed by your biases.
Reality can be a tough b*tch sometimes SAR.
We all get it you love your seats and are happy with the new stadium and everything in this process worked out great for you. No need to spread misinformation to others.