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  1. #26321
    [QUOTE=BIRDMAN1;4249404]Seems like the people who bought a psl love there seat and the stadium and the ones who didn't buy a psl and are up in the heavens wine bout the 3 thousand escalators u have to climb and the every sights of game. In my opinion this is a place we can finally call our home and is a true palace:D[/QUOTE]

    I don't fit either mold.

    I have a PSL. My seats are virtually the same as the old stadium, only twice as expensive. The parking is a bigger pain in the ass and the food is still crap. The only thing that is better is that it is Jetlife Stadium, not the old name.

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    sold my three Bills game tickets for gross $275 bucks per seat and net after stubhub fees of over 700 bucks.

    INVESTMENT GOLD

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4249725]sold my three Bills game tickets for gross $275 bucks per seat and net after stubhub fees of over 700 bucks.

    INVESTMENT GOLD[/QUOTE]

    Awesome. Good work. I'm looking forward to that game. Basically every game is a playoff game at this point. Happy T-Day, everyone!

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    [QUOTE=BIRDMAN1;4249404]Seems like the people who bought a psl love there seat and the stadium and the ones who didn't buy a psl and are up in the heavens wine bout the 3 thousand escalators u have to climb and the every sights of game. In my opinion this is a place we can finally call our home and is a true palace[/QUOTE]

    Touchdown!

    SAR I

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4249725]sold my three Bills game tickets for gross $275 bucks per seat and net after stubhub fees of over 700 bucks.

    INVESTMENT GOLD[/QUOTE]

    Sellout.

    [QUOTE=SAR I;4249789]Touchdown!

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    You sober up quick.

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4249725]sold my three Bills game tickets for gross $275 bucks per seat and net after stubhub fees of over 700 bucks.

    INVESTMENT GOLD[/QUOTE]

    those really are investment gold. nice.

    i would be shocked if the Jets don't raise those seats the most next year given how well they sell in the secondary market. they probably get the highest price increase although it will still be a good bargain (ex the PSL of course).

    we were going to sell our club seats but then decided to donate them. figured better karma on thanksgiving weekend. lots to be thankful for so rather have some kid get to enjoy the seats versus a bills fan.

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    [QUOTE=batman10023;4249819]those really are investment gold. nice.

    i would be shocked if the Jets don't raise those seats the most next year given how well they sell in the secondary market. they probably get the highest price increase although it will still be a good bargain (ex the PSL of course).

    we were going to sell our club seats but then decided to donate them. figured better karma on thanksgiving weekend. lots to be thankful for so rather have some kid get to enjoy the seats versus a bills fan.[/QUOTE]

    Yes, a good time of year to give to those that are less fortunate.

    Jets autograph stuff at Hungerthon.

    [url]http://www.hungerthonstore.com/category_s/43.htm[/url]

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    [QUOTE=batman10023;4249819]those really are investment gold. nice.

    i would be shocked if the Jets don't raise those seats the most next year given how well they sell in the secondary market. they probably get the highest price increase although it will still be a good bargain (ex the PSL of course).

    we were going to sell our club seats but then decided to donate them. figured better karma on thanksgiving weekend. lots to be thankful for so rather have some kid get to enjoy the seats versus a bills fan.[/QUOTE]

    Most likely charity will just throw it up on stubhub or something and get the money. No kid is going to sit in those seats. Unless you donated roundtrip car service and are paying for the food and drink the charity can't afford to take a kid and walk away from money from selling tickets. But the money they get from selling tickets will go to a good cause.

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    Yellow PP sold today for 40 bucks -- net after stubhub fees =34 for a profit of 9 dollars

    thanks Stubhub and thanks PSL INVESTMENT GOLD

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4250245]Yellow PP sold today for 40 bucks -- net after stubhub fees =34 for a profit of 9 dollars

    thanks Stubhub and thanks PSL INVESTMENT GOLD[/QUOTE]

    I guy in a local Dunkin' Donuts saw me waiting on line with my Season Ticket Holder cap and noticed my section. Asked me where that was, I told him my location. He asks how much the PSL's cost me, I say $4000 each.

    He says "I'll give you $10,000 per PSL for them right now, there's an ATM across the street, let's do this."

    I say "No thanks, love the seats too much to part with them."

    He says "Lucky bastard. Happy Thanksgiving."

    And I collect my large iced decaf, creme and two Splenda and the ride home in the BMW was exceptionally pleasurable.

    SAR I

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    the naysayers to PSL INVESTMENT GOLD are looking less smart each day the sun rises

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4250304]the naysayers to PSL INVESTMENT GOLD are looking less smart each day the sun rises[/QUOTE]

    The sun is going to rise on Sunday as I go to a Jets game in late November with shorts on. Good weather and a beating of the Bills to be watched.

    Woo Hoo. PSL may or may not be investment gold, but it is certainly enjoyment platinum.
    Last edited by Digetydog; 11-26-2011 at 06:58 AM.

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4250278]I guy in a local Dunkin' Donuts saw me waiting on line with my Season Ticket Holder cap and noticed my section. Asked me where that was, I told him my location. He asks how much the PSL's cost me, I say $4000 each.

    He says "I'll give you $10,000 per PSL for them right now, there's an ATM across the street, let's do this."

    I say "No thanks, love the seats too much to part with them."

    He says "Lucky bastard. Happy Thanksgiving."

    And I collect my large iced decaf, creme and two Splenda and the ride home in the BMW was exceptionally pleasurable.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    wEre You gRUUNNK when htis hapPeNeD? Dunkin Donuts? I had you figured as a StarBucks man.

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    [QUOTE=GMCJETS;4250401]wEre You gRUUNNK when htis hapPeNeD? Dunkin Donuts? I had you figured as a StarBucks man.[/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://www.dansgarage.net/cars4sale/n-272.jpg[/IMG]

    Dunkin' tastes better, not into the hard stuff. Don't worry about my sobriety; worry more about your safety.

    SAR I

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    [QUOTE=sg3;4250245]Yellow PP sold today for 40 bucks -- net after stubhub fees =34 for a profit of 9 dollars

    thanks Stubhub and thanks PSL INVESTMENT GOLD[/QUOTE]

    That's not your profit, that's your EBITDA

    Did you amortize the cost of the PSL or preseason games?

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4250406][IMG]http://www.dansgarage.net/cars4sale/n-272.jpg[/IMG]

    Dunkin' tastes better, not into the hard stuff. Don't worry about my sobriety; worry more about your safety.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    Safety is never really a concern of mine. I never leave home without it.
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    [QUOTE=batman10023;4249819]those really are investment gold. nice.

    i would be shocked if the Jets don't raise those seats the most next year given how well they sell in the secondary market. they probably get the highest price increase although it will still be a good bargain (ex the PSL of course).

    we were going to sell our club seats but then decided to donate them. figured better karma on thanksgiving weekend. lots to be thankful for so rather have some kid get to enjoy the seats versus a bills fan.[/QUOTE]

    I had an extra pair of tickets for this week's game. Like your Batman, they were also club seats. I was trying to figure out what to do with this extra pair, then I remembered that I read a story in the Star Ledger a few weeks back:
    [url]http://blog.nj.com/njv_mark_diionno/2011/11/di_ionno_jersey_teen_has_ticke.html[/url]

    It is a high school junior from New Providence, NJ that set up a charity to provide sports tickets to returning military vets. [url]http://www.giticketsfoundation.org/[/url]

    I contacted him this evening, and was able to use the Jets website to forward on to him a pair of tickets. From what he told me, a soldier in the army, and a big Jets fan, is now going to the game.......Like you Batman, I'd rather see a Jet fan come to the game than a Bills fan :yes:

    Check out his website. If you have tickets to a game that you want to donate, he can put them in the hands of people that you KNOW will appreciate them. He also accepts donations so that he can purchase tickets for other sporting events for soldiers.

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    [QUOTE=rgoltsch;4250457]I had an extra pair of tickets for this week's game.

    Check out his website. If you have tickets to a game that you want to donate, he can put them in the hands of people that you KNOW will appreciate them. He also accepts donations so that he can purchase tickets for other sporting events for soldiers.[/QUOTE]

    Enough with the soldiers already. Haven't been to a Jets game since 2005 where some military person isn't being honored or it's some special military day. Every 20 minutes, there's some member of the armed forces on the LCD's, every 20 minutes I'm supposed to cheer.

    Like any average American, I appreciate what these guys do for our country, I am grateful for how they make the safety of our freedom their mission in life. Truly, I appreciate everything they do.

    I just don't need a reminder every time I go to a game.

    SAR I

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4250471]Enough with the soldiers already. Haven't been to a Jets game since 2005 where some military person isn't being honored or it's some special military day. Every 20 minutes, there's some member of the armed forces on the LCD's, every 20 minutes I'm supposed to cheer.

    Like any average American, I appreciate what these guys do for our country, I am grateful for how they make the safety of our freedom their mission in life. Truly, I appreciate everything they do.

    I just don't need a reminder every time I go to a game.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    You are kidding, right? Why not have a little reminder of what these folks do every day, let alone 10 Sundays a year? It is only right that the Jets and the NFL honor these young men and women that serve in the armed forces every week.

    If you appreciate everything they do, show it. Don't complain when someone reminds you of the job they do each and every day.
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    [QUOTE=rgoltsch;4250480]You are kidding, right? Why not have a little reminder of what these folks do every day, let alone 10 Sundays a year? It is only right that the Jets and the NFL honor these young men and women that serve in the armed forces every week.

    If you appreciate everything they do, show it. Don't complain when someone reminds you of the job they do each and every day.[/QUOTE]

    I go to a football game to watch a football game. We are in agreement that honoring soldiers is the right thing to do at NFL games. I'm all for it. Where we disagree is in the [I]amount [/I]of honoring that goes on each season and each game.

    I would prefer that if the Jets intend to honor 8 military personnel at a game that they take a full 4 minute TV timeout, bring all 8 onto midfield, put their names up on the screens, and get them a well-deserved standing ovation.

    What I don't appreciate is the fact that the Jets honor these 8 people individually, around 2 per quarter, begging the audience for applause. Honoring the military is great, it's well-deserved, it's nothing I disagree with. It's the Jets implementation that makes it tiresome, repetitive, and in my opinion waters-down the enthusiasm the crowd can (and should) demonstrate.

    I donate money at charitable events, support local kids serving in the military too. I go to NFL games to forget the real world, not be constantly reminded of it.

    SAR I

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