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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — It’s payday for owners of Rams personal seat licenses when the team played here in St. Louis. Thousands of people had possession of these personal seat licenses, better known as PSL’s, when the team played here in St. Louis.

The agreement for those licenses ran through the end of 2024, but when the rams headed for California, those licenses didn’t transfer to that shiny new stadium in Inglewood. A class-action lawsuit had been filed and expected participants had to add their names by August of this year. Now months later, a little over 11, 000 claims will be refunded at the top of 2020 to the tune of $14 million. The payouts expected to range from $250 to $4,500.

The massive lawsuit involving St. Louis city, county and the dome authority is still in the courts.