A lot of valid points here. Another question would be when they raze this stadium in 8 to 10 years and build a new one, will your license transfer to the new stadium. I suspect even if it transfers somehow there will be some sort of transfer "fee" that will be imposed.
This has been and is a "concern" of mine. The positive is I do not think there will be a new stadium here anytime soon, not at least 20 years or so from now, if not longer. I know people will chime in as to why I am wrong, etc; but that is how is see it. While the stadium was built awhile ago, fortunately it was done so with plenty of Suites, Boxes, and Club seats (all of what the older placed did not have and they all want). There are also plenty of seats for everyone else. That, plus the stadium is nice and I think pretty cool look, feel, etc. I have been to plenty stadiums over the years all around, and Panther Stadium is not to shabby compared to many others. Again, opinion. There is also plenty of room inside for them to eventually do more.
That all being said.... yeah... if I ever find myself in a position where I have to try to get what I have in a new stadium... it will suck.
As far as other posters and that one blasting the PSL. Bottom line I was living in a city where this is how they did it and I had a choice. I did not look at is an investment but an expense that the $3k I spent per seat (while it sucked) when you look at that over the 20 -30+ years I will be going to games that was just adding a couple of dollars to the ticket price.
Anyhooo.... cant wait for the home opener...... Go Panthers!!
And YES they do try to give more for being a PSL owner... We also won a fan experience and my son and I were on the sideline, and on the field at the Playoff Game against the Niners during player warmups, intros and anthem holding the US Flag.