I'm surprised by those who feel they will get a good ROI on their SBL purchases.
With the Niners coming off an NFC championship appearance, this would be a blatant violation of the most basic tenet of investing: buy low, sell high.
Certainly, acquire those SBLs because you want access to season tickets and because you enjoy attending games live. That's why I'm doing it. Otherwise, trying to justify it from an investment standpoint is foolish. We're purchasing at the height of the market.
People who pass on purchasing SBLs now for monetary reasons would pass on SBLs later if the team really did go on an amazing run and the SBL values appreciated, instead of depreciating as they generally tend to do. Without somebody who can afford to take this asset off your hands, it's definitely not a good decision investment-wise. Entertainment-wise, it's great to have seats at the New Stadium!
a few of my co-workers just sold their NYG psl's at a substantial loss after they just won the super bowl. you can actually find many websites selling them at discounts. if you think your psl is going to appreciate, you are nuts. they all thought they were going to at least hold their value.
I definitely don't buy season tickets as some form of an investment. And if I decide to go in on sbl/psl I won't look at thst as an investment either. I love going to games/tailgating with buddies. If you are looking to flip it in a few years you are doing it wrong, all wrong
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