So, I just found out about this when I made my PSD payment for the 2018 season. Apparently PSD donations are no longer 80% tax deductible as donations to the university. I realize that with demand for Michigan tickets high, people will probably not care and will still foot the bill. But some schools have really tapped this out. For example, the ESPN article I link here says Duke basketball requires a $4,000 per seat donation. If you can't write that off anymore, that is a huge price increase.
What effect do people think this will have on ticket pricing? Will people just suck it up and pay anyway? Will schools adjust and find a different way to get money from people? Nothing ever gets cheaper so I can't imagine the tickets will. I only have 4 tickets in the Blue, so my PSD was only $840. The tax savings writing off $672 was not that big, but I know lots of people are getting hit much harder than me on this.
Please try not to make this into a political thread--try to keep it to a discussion of how the new tax law will affect college athletics. Also, i realize this is insignificant next to the crap going on in EL. Just happened to find out about it as I paid my PSD.