The New York Giants, which reportedly had claimed for months that the team was practically sold out of personal seat licenses (PSL) in the...

The New York Giants, which reportedly had claimed for months that the team was practically sold out of personal seat licenses (PSL) in the new Meadowlands Stadium, has begun putting some seats on the market for single-game purchase, without requiring the fan first buy a PSL. According to the New York Post, the team is selling tickets for the seats for all eight home games through Ticketmaster and will give PSL holders first crack at them this week. Non-PSL owners will have a chance at the remaining tickets starting Monday, August 23. Heading into the inaugural season in the new stadium, both the Giants and New York Jets failed to sell out all their PSLs, in part due to the weak economy.