Transfer Periods

Teams usually set specific windows for processing transfers in order to finalize changes before season ticket invoices and/or play-off ticket invoices are issued.  PSL Source's transaction process coincides with each Team's particular transfer periods and protocol.

When the Transfer Period is OPEN

Should a PSL Source negotiation be completed while a Team's transfer period is open, then the following will occur:

1. Secure contracts between Buyer and Seller
2. Secure & hold Buyer's funds in trust until the transfer is executed
3. Execute the transfer with the Team
4. Release the balance due to the Seller

When the Transfer Period is CLOSED

Should a PSL Source negotiation be completed and fall outside of a Team's transfer period, then the following will occur:

1. Secure contracts between Buyer and Seller
2. Secure & hold Buyer's funds in trust until the next transfer period
3. Execute the transfer with the Team
4. Release the balance due to the Seller

 

Transfer Periods & Related Fees


TEAM NAME 1st TRANSFER PERIOD 2nd TRANSFER PERIOD FEE
PER
Atlanta Falcons
Sep. 1, 2017 - TBD Year-round

$100

Seat
Baltimore Ravens
Year-round Year-round

$50

Seat
Carolina Panthers
Year-round Year-round $400 Transfer
Chicago Bears Feb. 1 - June 1

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$100 Transfer
Cincinnati Bengals
Jan. 1 - April 1 --- $50 Transfer
Cleveland Browns
Jan. 1 - May 1 --- $25
Seat
Dallas Cowboys

Year-round

Year-round $100 Seat
Houston Texans

Year-round

Year-round

$250 Transfer
Minnesota Vikings Sep. 1, 2017 - TBD
Year-round $150 Transfer
New York Giants Feb. 1 - April 15
Oct. 1 - Oct. 31 $200 Transfer
New York Jets Year-round Year-round $100 Transfer
Philadelphia Eagles

Jan. 1 - June 1

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$0 Transfer
Pittsburgh Steelers
Year-round Year-round $250 Transfer
San Francisco 49ers Year-round Year-round $100 Seat
Seattle Seahawks
Year-round Year-round $250 Transfer
Tennessee Titans
Year-round Year-round $100

Transfer


Prices are set by the Team and are not negotiable.

A 'Transfer' is defined as a transaction between one (1) buyer and one (1) seller. The Buyer is responsible for the initial transfer fee. Should subsequent transfer fees be applied to account for additional buyer or seller accounts, the related party is responsible for any additional transfer fees incurred.

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