The Associated Press reports that Chiappone is trying to ban the sale of seat licenses at all sports facilities in New Jersey.
“What the Jets are doing is different than the Giants,” he said. “They are leaving 27,000 seats PSL-free. A large portion of the stadium fan base will be able to buy seats without having to purchase a PSL.”Giants spokesman Pat Hanlon said the team had no comment.
The Giants plan to sell seat licenses for $1,000 to those in the upper deck and as much as $20,000 for those with field-level seats. The Jets are selling PSLs for between $4,000 and $25,000 for lower level seats at the stadium the Jets and Giants will share, scheduled to open in 2010.