that's right.. I just simply can not continue as I have these past seven years. I have too much debt, too many expenses and not enough income not to mention next fall I'm taking some really tough courses so I can't be two sheets in the wind out of town every other weekend, plus there are other conflicts and responsibilities that figure in. So here's the deal. I have three psl's. They are $500 face value. The market is saturated with psl's for sale and they are going below face. Given the market conditions I would rather give them away than have Bud Adams take them back. I only have a couple of weeks to pay them up or they are forfeited. Now, there is a member here who has already furnished me with a $470 check for tickets for one seat. Should I find someone who wants to purchase the remaining pair of tickets, that's (2)$470, or $940 I will offer "free" psl's to both buyers. Should the one who has paid for tickets for the single seat decline the psl, I'd offer it to the other buyer. There is a $100 cost associated with transfer but I'm not asking anything for them because I feel like they are essentially worthless and I would actually like to move them rather than watch them expire. If I had the money to renew my tickets, I would. This isn't about not liking the NFL, the lockout, or Vince Young... It's just a question of economics. I have every intention of attending games in the future. Feel free to ask questions or whatever in this thread. One clarifying point about transfer and this is posted here. The $100 fee is per transaction, not per seat. It costs the same $100 to transfer one seat as it does two seats. What I'm offering is 2 psl's, possibly 3 psl's and two sets of season tickets for $1,040. If there's a lot of interest in this, which I doubt there will be, I'll award the psl's to the individual who gets a check to me the fastest. Of course it will have to clear, but I can't imagine someone wasting my time with a bad check. Think it over. You'll never see an offer like this again.