EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (WFAN) – The Giants have announced plans that they will sell single-game tickets without personal seat licenses (PSLs) through Ticketmaster, reports the New York Post.
The controversial plan starts at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, when PSL holders will get the first shot at buying the limited number of tickets. On Monday, fans without personal seat licenses will have the chance to buy single-game tickets.
WFAN’s Craig Carton kicked off his morning show with the news. “You can’t tell your buying public the only way to get in is with a PSL,” declared Carton, “and then tell people, seven months later, ‘My bad, you don’t need a PSL, buy a ticket to any game you want.’”
The plan is certain to cause bitterness among PSL holders. The Giants had previously claimed the only way to see a home game this season was with a pricey personal seat license.