Originally Posted by TexanBacker93
Actually, if you go through the Houston Texans to get your tickets (i.e. stay on the waiting list) you pay the PSL price that was originally set depending on the section &/or level. If you don't want to wait you can buy PSLs through the PSL marketplace and that's where you can pay a heavier price.
What sucks for the people on the waiting list is if your name comes up and you decide at that time you don't have the available $$ to get your tickets your name is dropped. You can add your name at the bottom, though. My brother was contacted by the Broncos in 2010 to say his name was at the top of their list and if he wanted tickets he had a week to pay. He put his name on the list in 1993. He now lives in San Diego, but still got the tickets. He gets to go back there once or twice a year to watch games. To him it's worth it.
Our list isn't as long as theirs, but if you want the PSLs at a better price you have to jump when they say jump.
My comment concerning PSL's not being at face value is in reference to the fact that very rarely do PSL's come available thru the Texans at that original value. They are normally sold by the holder for a profit & rightfully so. Anyone who chooses to give their PSL's up to the Texans for nothing would be a complete fool. Which also explains why the list keeps growing w/ very few opportunities to obtain them thru the Texans. If you want PSL's & tickets immediately, your best bet is to buy them off of an individual at a premium. As I said earlier, you can make a pretty penny selling your PSL & it would foolish to give them back for nothing to the Texans. I've been thru the process & the initial investment is a costly one that most don't realize.