Frequently Asked Questions


Will I get Playoff Rights for my PSLs if the transfer is completed during the season?

For PSL sales completed prior to October 1st, playoff rights will be guaranteed to the PSL Buyer, unless noted otherwise.  For PSLs sales completed after October 1st, playoff rights may be available to the PSL Buyer, but are not guaranteed. 

What is the difference between a PSL, CSL, COA, SBL, and Seat Option

PSL, CSL, COA, SBL, and Seat Option all mean the same thing, a Seat License for a NFL team's stadium.  PSL is the standard acronym and is used by nearly all NFL teams.  PSL is short for either Permanent Seat License or Personal Seat License.  CSL stands for Charter Seat License, and is used solely by the Seattle Seahawks.  COA stands for Charter Ownership Agreement, and is used solely by the Cincinnati Bengals.  SBL stands for Stadium Builder's License, and is used by the San Francisco 49ers and Pittsburgh Steelers.  The Dallas Cowboys use PSL and Seat Options interchangeably.

Can I buy the PSLs in both mine and my wife’s or business partners name?

PSLs may only be put in one name. 

Can I buy seats in my company’s name?

Yes, PSLs may be company owned. An officer of the company needs to be designated as the account contact and documentation showing that officers affiliation with the company is generally required in order to transfer seats into or out of a company’s name.

Yes, PSLs may be company owned. An officer of the company needs to be designated as the account contact and documentation showing that officers affiliation with the company is generally required in order to transfer seats into or out of a company’s name.