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Old 09-20-2007   #29
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Default Re: Ebay PSL's

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Originally Posted by hollywood_texan View Post
One key difference is that people that already have PSLs, probably will have paid a much lower price than non-PSL ticketholders that convert at a later date at the Texans organization's choosing.

I feel pretty confident the Texans will not keep the same pricing structure for PSLs to sell out the rest of Reliant. You are going to be paying a premium over what original PSL owners paid.

My point is, get your checkbook out when it happens.

Your just running around in circles on this topic. You probably would have been better off getting PSLs in the beginning than waiting to the later date required by the Texans when they turn Reliant into a 100% PSL stadium. Which, I think is the point some people are trying to make to you. You seem to be arguing you are in an equal position with PSL owners in relation to you being a non-PSL owner. YOU ARE NOT!

By the way, I believe the Texans organization doesn't have to offer you a PSL price for your seats at some conversion date. They probably will, but I don't think there is any legal contract requiring them to make you an offer (please show me something). I can show my PSL agreement and what I get. So you could be left out of the cold for any reason of their choosing or required to move somewhere else.

Whereas, as an original PSL owner, I am guaranteed my seats at Reliant with the Texans as long as I pay for my tickets.

My suggestion, if you want to remain a season ticketholder, buy some PSLs now that someones wants to unload. Pricing is probably still pretty good and you won't have to play musical chairs with the risk of not having a chair when the music stops.

Trust me, someone is going to get left out on this.

Also, I believe there is a PSL waiting list. If you are not on that list, you probably could get screwed there too even if you have season tickets now.
Thank you!! I was tired of repeating myself and you explained much better!!
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