Sports are fun, but there have been countless times across the board when fans have and players have had to be reminded that they are also a business, and money rules.
The Los Angeles Chargers are introducing Premium Seat Licenses to their new stadium, or as they like to call them--Stadium Seat Licenses, and the decision is drawing criticism from Hall of Fame quarterback and former Charger, Dan Fouts.
The Chargers will be selling PSLs at their new stadium, and a Chargers Hall of Famer isn't happy about that https://t.co/JxzP5w1wiJ— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 8, 2018
Fouts was featured on a radio show where he said, “PSLs are such a form of extortion it’s unbelievable, and yet they’re allowed. But that’s the way it is these days, and teams continue to sell out in a number of stadiums, obviously, around the country.”
PSL's are a one-time fee for the privilege
They just come as part of the price to attend the game, and some fans will do anything to be a part of the crowd.
Don't expect Fouts to be purchasing one any time soon though.