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Old 01-05-2008   #3
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Default Re: PSL prices

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Originally Posted by williamsh85 View Post
i have two psl's already that i bought last year that are in sec 139 at 900 a peice, the guy told me thats what he paid for them. im looking for two more psl's in the lower level preferably in the bullpen but what is a fair price right know for say the bull pen, or endzone etc
139 is great section to sit in, you are very lucky to have gotten them at face value, and that is original face value. Unless you get lucky I highly doubt you will find LL PSL's for face. It has been my experience, just recently but a couple months before the 8-8 finish, you can expect to pay 150%-200% over face. Since endzone seating was orginally $600 per seat, I think it would be one heck of a deal to find anything around $900 per seat. And of course the lower the row the more coin it will cost. I have seen people on eBay and elsewhere asking 4k-5K for lower row seats in the BP and close by, you can find much better deals just looking around craigslist. Of course all of this can change from transaction to transaction depending on the seller. JMHO.
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