Premium PSLs at new Raiders stadium to cost $20K-$75K

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There are several unknowns about the Raiders’ plans for the next couple of years as they build a new stadium in Las Vegas, but one piece of information has come to light.

Richard N. Velotta of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that personal seat licenses for premium club tickets will cost between $20,000 and $75,000 apiece. The team confirmed that pricing to Velotta on Wednesday.

Per the report, some 8,000 seats would fall into the premium category with price points of $20,000, $35,000 and $75,000. Buyers can finance the purchase of seats over an extended period with an annual cost of $13,647 for two seats at the lowest of those levels if a buyer chooses to finance them through 2024.

Velotta reports that buyers who put down $100 deposits over a year ago have started to finalize their purchases and that the team is starting to sell tickets in other parts of the stadium, although the pricing for those seats is not known yet.

59 responses to “Premium PSLs at new Raiders stadium to cost $20K-$75K

  1. “Per the report, some 8,000 seats would fall into the premium category with price points of $20,000, $35,000 and $75,000. Buyers can finance the purchase of seats over an extended period with an annual cost of $13,647 for two seats at the lowest of those levels if a buyer chooses to finance them through 2024.”

    uhhhh, what kind of interest rate is that? A very profitable one for Oakland, I guess.

  2. Gimme my mancave and flatscreen every day of the week and twice on Sunday. Cold beer, hot snacks, clean toilet facilities, no offensive drunks puking on themselves, and good conversation with friends during commercial breaks. That’s the PSL I purchase every year.

  3. gen·tri·fi·ca·tion

    the process of renovating and improving a house or district so that it conforms to middle-class taste.

    You’re welcome. 🙂

  4. nfloracle says:
    July 12, 2018 at 8:56 am
    Gimme my mancave and flatscreen every day of the week and twice on Sunday. Cold beer, hot snacks, clean toilet facilities, no offensive drunks puking on themselves, and good conversation with friends during commercial breaks. That’s the PSL I purchase every year.
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    You bet ya. For PSL see Mortgage Payment. I can even get some laundry done while I watch games as they have so many commercial breaks.

  5. I think the taxpayers got fleeced for $750,000,000 in stadium funding too. Socialism for the rich. Just keep voting for these guys suckers.

  6. What about the people who owned PSLs in Oakland? Do they get some of their money back?

  7. This pisses me off. They leave the town because Vegas put up all that money fine I get it but now they want another 70k from us? Gave us one good season in damn near 2 decades and still expecting us to show up and show out. It’s been fun but as soon as the raiders roll out of Oakland I’m done w/ the NFL. #mymamaaintraisenohoe #nflpimpingthefans

  8. arcross12042004scorp15 says:
    July 12, 2018 at 9:01 am
    This is a unique situation, Hotels will buy these up. They will recoup their money.
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    Look, somebody understands.

    Like it or not the Raiders have hit the jackpot by moving to Vegas.

  9. Raider fans didnt buy seats when they were only $50 in Oakland or LA why would Las Vegas Radier fan be able to afford PSL? The Raider Nation is a scam. Bye Bye Oakland. At least you still have the A’s.. Oh wait they too are last in attendance!

  10. $13.00 for 4 months buys me the red channel from 1-7:45 every Sunday and no freaking commercials…last game I went to was the Bucs vs the Eagles in ’91, in Tampa, in the rain and humidity…coaches were Kotite and Williamson…Bucs won on a blocked punt returned for a touchdown…was walking to the car with my wife who pleaded with me to leave the game…’nuff said…

  11. I thought about buying season tix to Falcons but the PSL was too high. I’m about to purchase NBA season tix…there’s more games, in-doors, and no PSLs.

  12. Stan Kronke did not refund PSLs to St. Louis Rams season ticket holders. Instead they were referred to the ticket brokers who didn’t collect the PSLs. They didn’t refund $$ for season tickets either.

    The NFL will become a thing of the past within the next 20 years.

  13. Las Vegas real estate has proven to be such a sound investment, impervious to rapid declines in value…

  14. People who say they rather watch at home, I get it, I have had season tickets for 13 years, I like it both ways, at home and at the stadium. Let me share why I renew every year, FOR THE POSTSEASON, you cant match that atmosphere in your living room, sorry. NOLASAINTS WHODAT

  15. I paid $750 per PSL for the Ravens in 1995 – I have 3 seats. They are worth between $7500-$10000 each now…

  16. Shiny new stadium in Sin City where people go to spend and be entertained. High rollers will be comp’d seats, guys in town for the zillion conventions a year that take place there will go as neutral observers, and the actual fans of the Raiders may be in the minority in their own stadium. But bowl-cut boy is gonna get rich and hob-nob with the Vegas crowd. Maybe Wayne Newton can convince him to try a different look.

  17. I’m a Who Dat (and there is no such thing as “Who Dey,” that’s just stupid, Bungles).

    The stadium atmosphere is MUCH better for postseason. Regular season.. it’s a toss-up. So, winningisabrees, stop selling your postseason tickets to the opposition, you traitor!

  18. eroschmidt says:
    July 12, 2018 at 10:30 am
    I paid $750 per PSL for the Ravens in 1995 – I have 3 seats. They are worth between $7500-$10000 each now…

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    Now this adds a little to the “discussion”- I didn’t consider this, can you sell your PSL on the open market or do you have to give it back to the team which then sells it again (gee, I think I suspect the answer)…

  19. You got me once, my Raiders, to buy two 10yr PSL’s. Not again. Wish you the best in selling them all and putting a great product on the field. But I’m not buying in.

    related…the game is watered down, too long, penalty and inconsistent driven. Not as interested as I once was.

  20. … but a seat in the sports book at Caesar’s Palace is free (that’s where I’ll be found)!

    Hard to imagine anyone other than the casinos will spring for those PSLs — they need the tix to comp their whales (big losers at the tables).

  21. Only the Raiders, Steelers and Cowboys could have pulled this off because all 3 have global fanbases.

    You need vision to see what’s about to happen in the desert, something small minded people don’t have.

    Wide right, you lose again.

  22. “The gentrification of Raider Nation has begun.” YUP!!! Happened in Foxboro when they built Gillette. We didn’t have PSL but my $30 tickets jumped to $100++ (they are currently $180). The whole crowd has changed from a know your neighbor season ticket family to a wonder what kind of stiff will be around us this week. Corporate and resellers own the majority of the tickets now and it gets worse every year. What was once a boisterous, LOUD crowd is now subdued and complain more about people sitting down in front of them and their cell phones and less on the game!!

  23. I tried to buy tickets to a cowboys game once. I decided $275 was too steep to set in the nosebleed section in the end zone. Watched the game on tv and enjoyed it tremendously.

  24. Only the Raiders, Steelers and Cowboys could have pulled this off because all 3 have global fanbases.
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    I agree they do, but ‘global’ fans do not buy or utilize PSLs. In this case the Raiders are trying to monetize their new, unique local economy by marketing expensive PSLs to businesses that cater to wealthy tourists – not to local fans.

  25. FOR THE POSTSEASON, you cant match that atmosphere in your living room, sorry. NOLASAINTS WHODAT…so you got to go to one playoff game these past four years:
    congrats!

  26. 300k for 4 psls in the vip. I can forgo buying my house to pay for millionaire athletes building mansions. Yep perfect logic sign me up.

  27. The people buying these seats will have the last laugh. Jon Gruden is creating one of the all time great football dynasties, and these lucky individuals who are purchasing these PSL’s are going to have the best seats in the house. I can’t wait to make a trip to Vegas. The atmosphere on game day is going to be awesome.

  28. Breaking: RaiderNation.com declares this years team as SB Champions and start of new Dynasty. Yawn. Is this message on a annual loop? Congrats Nation. Your team is the best Paper Champions of all time. I guess that is why they move so much.

  29. Only the Raiders, Steelers and Cowboys could have pulled this off because all 3 have global fanbases.
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    Yay. Global. The Raiders move so much but their infamous Nation fan base wont support them in their crib? What dat? Raiders are vagabonds, destined for city to city Mad Max style. Good luck with that. Vegas will chew you up and spit you out if you don’t win.

  30. An article like this should probably provide some comparison to PSL pricing from other teams so imaginations dont run wild. A quick search reveals other teams have much higher top-tier PSLs than presented in this article. Also there appears to be a site dedicated to selling NFL PSLs. Was very interesting to see the pricing for them. Top Jets PSL available for example… $125K.

  31. Global teams don’t charge PSLs. Global teams never have to move. Global teams have fans that support their team financially. You know, go to the games and support ballot initiatives for a new stadium? The vaunted Raider Nation buys tshirts and not much more. Frauds.

  32. Who sits in-front of a TV for 4 hours, for a game that should only take 60 minutes. Better yet I read a fun fact that says ” the Ball is only in play for a total of 12 1/2 minutes.

  33. The Raiders need to build a practice facility in or near Las Vegas. Teams spend more time at the practice facility than their home stadium. So much talk about the new stadium, the practice facility is being overlooked.

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