Are Seat Deposits really Personal Seat Licenses?

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  1. puckhead103*

    puckhead103* Guest

    Other night, I happened to watch Nashville on the FSN south affliate and one of ads mentioned that for next season, a fan has to pay for a seat desposit for $250 just for the right to get season tickets....

    Is this example of the Personal Seat License arrangement?

    I know Columbus Blue Jackets are only NHL team to have PSLs....

    In the NFL, PSLs are a common place.....
     
  2. kdb209

    kdb209 Registered User

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    No. This is not a PSL - the deposit is credited against the cost of next years season tickets (I believe).

    Many teams do this - including the Sharks. If you put down a non-refundable deposit for season tickets next season, you get the right to purchase playoff tickets this year. The deposit carries over and is applied against the cost of the season ticket package next year.
     
  3. puckhead103*

    puckhead103* Guest

    okay....that clears up...thanks....
     
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    You are exactly right.

    it all just gets applied to next season.
     

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