Every game(except Pittsburgh)has seats available for games in the best locations in the stadium. It is hard to determine if this is the case because of the tough economy or the overabundance of bandwagoners on the waiting list. If there is 50,000 rabid fans on the waiting list then these tickets should be gobbled up. We will never know how many more season ticket holders are putting their tickets on the ticket exchange (I'm guessing a lot) but regardless with 50,000 names these tickets should be gone. (would this availablity be there for instance with the Packers)The price increase (34 % for my seats)this year combined with the economy and TB out for the year has created a situation where some peoples appetite for tickets has shrunk a lot. My guess is that we are getting a glimpse into the future in a world of even higher ticket prices and Belichick and Brady gone. Kraft is a great owner but there are other great owners who go through down years of winning. With the bar set so high by BB and TB my guess is excess availability on the exchange is here to stay especially in the future after they are gone and some fans might actually decline season tickets and pick and choose the games they want on the ticket exchange instead.