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#13 MadHatter

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:46 AM

Aren't the licensing fees from the seat owners due before the season begins?


You are not paying a licensing fee each year. You paid that at the time you purchased the PSL. The yearly gee is a ticket purchase.

I could see us in a situation where we paid for the tickets and then the amount was credited toward the following year's tickets.

Still would suck because you would be out your cash for a full year. I bet there would be a legal remedy if they tried this.

#14 Murph

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:49 AM

Yeah I meant to say tickets instead of license. Still money is money and a lot of people will be unhappy.

If I was a PSL owner and lockout occured I would hope that no games are played instead of games played with scrubs like in the 80's . Now that would be a waste of money for the ticket holders.

#15 mountainpantherfan

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:55 AM

You are not paying a licensing fee each year. You paid that at the time you purchased the PSL. The yearly gee is a ticket purchase.

I could see us in a situation where we paid for the tickets and then the amount was credited toward the following year's tickets.

Still would suck because you would be out your cash for a full year. I bet there would be a legal remedy if they tried this.


PSL owners would still have to pay for there tickets. As I said, the owners will proceed forward with football going on without a CBA in place. The players would have to choose to go on strike. Just like the networks, really the only way they could recoup any money lost would be to sue the NFLPA.

With that being said, I doubt any owner will force their PSL owners to pay for games not played without some type of reimbursment. That's just too much bad PR. But I wouldn't count out this situation going to the point where you are paying regular priced tickets to watch a bunch of replacements playing.

#16 Kyle82

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:55 AM

Yeah I meant to say tickets instead of license. Still money is money and a lot of people will be unhappy.

If I was a PSL owner and lockout occured I would hope that no games are played instead of games played with scrubs like in the 80's . Now that would be a waste of money for the ticket holders.




Exactly.....we are not the only team in the NFL to have PSL's....this would be a league-wide problem....not just here in Charlotte.

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:56 AM

Yeah I meant to say tickets instead of license. Still money is money and a lot of people will be unhappy.

If I was a PSL owner and lockout occured I would hope that no games are played instead of games played with scrubs like in the 80's . Now that would be a waste of money for the ticket holders.



Two different things.

Lockout owners are doing it.

Strike the players walked out.

In 1982 it was players strike.

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:06 PM

the youth movement continues w/ hoover....