Personal seat licenses are one-time fees, often financed over multiple years, for the right to buy season tickets. According to the Falcons, approximately half of their season-ticket holders have seat licenses that are paid in full and thus no longer have annual PSL payments. (Those people still have to pay for their season tickets annually, of course.) Among the other half of season-ticket holders, about 80% have made their 2020 PSL payment and 20% have not, the Falcons said.
As for questions about how season-ticket accounts will be adjusted if the NFL season is shortened by the coronavirus, the league hasn’t provided answers at this point.
“The plan is to play the full season,” Rovak said. “We’ll re-evaluate if at a time anything is different than that.”