The inevitable will happen. And whether it is in Week 1 or the season finale, Tim Tebow will be the New York Jets’ starter, and a player with his eyes towards heaven will see his new team descend to salary cap hell.
The Giants want you to “answer the bell” and buy ultra-expensive Personal Seat Licenses for 2011-12, a season that might not even happen.
New York Giants co-owner John Mara joined the Boomer & Carton program on Thursday morning to defend his team’s agreement with Ticketmaster to sell tickets for each of their eight regular-season games.
The New York Giants are selling roughly 1,400 individual tickets for each of their eight regular-season games. Roughly 5,100 of the 11,200 total tickets available were sold on Wednesday.
The Giants announced plans that they will sell single-game tickets without personal seat licenses (PSLs) through Ticketmaster, reports the New York Post.