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With Ravens' Super Bowl run, selling PSLs could be an even more lucrative venture

With Ravens' Super Bowl run, selling PSLs could be an even more lucrative venture

Let there be no misunderstanding — Phil Geppi adores the Ravens.

But the NFL can be an expensive habit. So the Finksburg software programmer recently made the difficult decision to sell his three permanent seat licenses. "It was either that or give up my gym membership, and I think my fiancee wants me to stay in shape," said Geppi, 46.

Geppi is far from the only fan facing what amounts to a classic head-versus-heart decision. The Ravens' Super Bowl run is expected to further boost the value of fans' PSLs, meaning the season-ticket holders must likely choose between holding on to their tiny piece of the stadium or cashing out while the market is...

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