Giants can't sell out full stadium with PSL's
The New York Giants are not quite the sellout that some figured they were this season.
According to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post, the Giants were unable to sell out the New Meadowlands Stadium with a PSL attached to each and every seat. Per the report, the team claimed for months that no more non-premium PSL’s remained and fewer than 1,200 premium PSL’s remained.
Now, the team has announced that single-game tickets will be placed on sale through Ticketmaster. You’ll only have to pay the annoying Ticketmaster fees to get them. Fans will not have to pony up for PSL’s to get these seats.
Hubbuch writes that the Giants have had a decades-long season-ticket waiting list that has likely been erased by the introduction of PSL’s. Now, the team is looking to sell a few remaining seats, and those who have paid for PSL’s might not be too thrilled about it. Of course, if the Giants come out and have a terrific season, they’ll feel just fine.
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