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Anyone want to buy 2 PSL'S

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Looking to sell 2 PSL'S and season tickets. section 516 row 15.

$2500 obo for both psls

Season tickets $2000 for the pair

 

Will not sell season tickets separately. 

 

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1 hour ago, Squirrel said:

Looking to sell 2 PSL'S and season tickets. section 516 row 15.

$2500 obo for both psls

Season tickets $2000 for the pair

 

Will not sell season tickets separately. 

 

That's a fair ask

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5 minutes ago, Paintballr said:

So 4,500 for two tickets for the season?

$2000 for 2 tickets for the season.

Another $2000 for the right to future season tickets. 

I just cant use them anymore and they are becoming a hassle for me.  Just looking for a fair value and to get them into the hands of fans that will enjoy them. 

 

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I feel ya Squirrel.  I'm ready to give mine up too.  I put them on the exchange last season and didn't get the first bite.  My asking price was (still is) fair.  Games were fun in my late 20s and through my 30's, but now I'd rather stay at home and save the gas, parking and tailgating money.  I thought it would be a good investment, but with the glut of PSLs on the exchange, apparently buyers are looking for hardship cases where sellers are willing to practically give them away.  I've got too much money invested not to get a reasonable return on them.

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9 minutes ago, 45catfan said:

I feel ya Squirrel.  I'm ready to give mine up too.  I put them on the exchange last season and didn't get the first bite.  My asking price was (still is) fair.  Games were fun in my late 20s and through my 30's, but now I'd rather stay at home and save the gas, parking and tailgating money.  I thought it would be a good investment, but with the glut of PSLs on the exchange, apparently buyers are looking for hardship cases where sellers are willing to practically give them away.  I've got too much money invested not to get a reasonable return on them.

Does the exchange give you real information on sales which have actually taken place and been consummated?  Does the team itself continue to offer PSL's to the public?  Just curious. 

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26 minutes ago, 45catfan said:

I feel ya Squirrel.  I'm ready to give mine up too.  I put them on the exchange last season and didn't get the first bite.  My asking price was (still is) fair.  Games were fun in my late 20s and through my 30's, but now I'd rather stay at home and save the gas, parking and tailgating money.  I thought it would be a good investment, but with the glut of PSLs on the exchange, apparently buyers are looking for hardship cases where sellers are willing to practically give them away.  I've got too much money invested not to get a reasonable return on them.

What’s your?

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7 minutes ago, Stoney said:

Does the exchange give you real information on sales which have actually taken place and been consummated?  Does the team itself continue to offer PSL's to the public?  Just curious. 

The Panthers do not re-purchase or offer a buy back on PSLs, so if a PSL owner wants to sell those seats it's either they find a buyer themselves or go through the exchange.  Yes, the team still offers PSLs, but with the deals on the exchange, buying them through the team would not be wise.  Most PSL owners are just looking to make a little return off the original purchase, like myself, which is still a few grand less than what the organization is selling comparable seats for.  

In other words, my PSLs are 15-years old this season, so why would I sell them for the amount I bought them at 15-years ago considering the organization is selling the same PSLs $4,500 more currently than I bought them for?  So if I'm asking less than the $4,500 per seat the team is asking, that should be a reasonable price...yet no bites.  Again, it seems buyers are looking for desperate folks offloading their PSLs.  I'm sure it happens, but it ain't EBay.

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33 minutes ago, pennywise said:

What’s your?

I have two seats in 504. I'm asking less than the organization. Season tickets are what they are, so the difference is in the cost of the PSLs. 

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Yeah been out of nc for 10 years. Family has been buying season tickets but cant with the recent price increase. So just looking to unload without taking to big of a hit.  If I get no takers this time I'm just going to give them up next year.  Cost to much for what I initially paid for them. 

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its a tough situation - the stadium seems pretty safe in the near term but eventually there will be a new one and the PSL will be worthless from what I understand about how these things work - other than I assume existing PSL owners would get first right of refusal to buy in any new stadium (spend MORE money to get seat licenses).

That being said I am pretty happy that Panthers fans can't get criticized for being in a taxpayer financed stadium and we all made the financial part work; the PSL program and its enthusiastic response was one of the reasons the Panthers were the slam dunk selection for expansion in the 90s.

A LOT of people just sell their tickets every year; I'm in the lower level and most of the people around me make money every year; some games are unsold but when teams with traveling fanbases come in they clean up. That part I hate! But for several years I regularly bought one guys pair of tickets for all the games at face value and it worked out great for both of us.

 

Good luck! 

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16 minutes ago, cookinwithgas said:

its a tough situation - the stadium seems pretty safe in the near term but eventually there will be a new one and the PSL will be worthless from what I understand about how these things work - other than I assume existing PSL owners would get first right of refusal to buy in any new stadium (spend MORE money to get seat licenses).

That being said I am pretty happy that Panthers fans can't get criticized for being in a taxpayer financed stadium and we all made the financial part work; the PSL program and its enthusiastic response was one of the reasons the Panthers were the slam dunk selection for expansion in the 90s.

A LOT of people just sell their tickets every year; I'm in the lower level and most of the people around me make money every year; some games are unsold but when teams with traveling fanbases come in they clean up. That part I hate! But for several years I regularly bought one guys pair of tickets for all the games at face value and it worked out great for both of us.

 

Good luck! 

I'm not a PSL holder but have many friends who are and their experience is the same as what you describe as it relates to re-selling a lot of the tickets and being able to pay for the season.

That said, will be interesting to see how this plays out going forward with the new electronic ticketing system, big brother will be watching and will be looking for their cut on the ticket resale revenues.

Sorry to say it guys but the market is sending you a signal, by definition if you are getting "no bites" your asking price is too high.  One last question, are you aware of any PSL holder who has consummated the sale of their PSL's at any price?

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If you were referring to me, If I'm selling my seats for LESS than what the organization is asking for the same seats, how is the price too high?  People are looking for a great deal, not remotely close to market value.  That doesn't mean my price is too high.  Yes, I have known several PSL owners to sell their seats.  Why does that matter?  Selling through the Exchange, there is a 10% fee.  Administrative cost I suppose for processing the sell.  Being a PSL owner has lost it's luster I suppose.  It's too easy to get tickets to games without having to buy the seats as well.

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