When the Stadium opened in 2010 I had PSL's for both the Jets and the Giants, a total of 8. I'm down to 4 now, a more reasonable number. I always puckered up anytime I sold ticket to people other than very close friends. If someone did sometime stupid and gets thrown out you can lose your PSL if it was really bad. By using the NFL Ticket Exchange, which is the preferred method according to the NFL, you are held harmless if the person who buys your ticket screws up. If you sell on Stubhub and not the NFL Ticket exchange you are still held to your regular responsibility. If the guy who buys it on Stubhub screws up it comes back to you.
When you really look at this concept, you have to ask yourself, how ridiculous is it???
If a fan buys your ticket on Stubhub, and acts like an a**h*l*, you're responsible for his behavior..
But if that same a**h*l* fan buys your ticket on TicketExchange, and acts like an a**h*l* in the same exact way. Everything is ok, you're safe..
Why?? What's the difference?????????
The fan still acted like an a**h*l* in both situations!!!
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