The New York Giants christened their shared new stadium with a win on Sunday, September 12, but for long-time fans like Judy Staubo, that victory was bittersweet. The New York Times profiled Staubo and other fans who gave up their season tickets to the Giants because they either couldn’t or didn’t want to pay for the personal seat licenses (PSLs) that the team required before they could buy season tickets. Separately, the Giants and the other New Meadowlands Stadium tenant, the New York Jets, charged fans thousands of dollars for PSLs. But, while the move helped weed out the teams’ season ticket waiting lists, the high fees left many long-time fans upset, and many have opted to stay home to watch the team play on television. Or in Staubo’s case, not watch at all. “I’ll walk in the woods, and come back to watch someone else,” she told the Times.