"I think it's the right thing to do," said Mara in the Post. "Those seats are outside the field of play, which means they are more of an end zone seat than a sideline seat," the letter reads. "After having an opportunity to sit in those seats, we feel strongly that we should create a different price point."
Mara also defended the unpopular PSL's in the same Post article.
"The important thing to know is that there isn't any public money funding this stadium, like there is in other cities," said Mara. "The only way you can build a stadium in this region is with PSLs."