||Some of the stadium funding is provided by the city of Philadelphia. Because Eagles fans view PSLs as an attempt to take away consumer surplus, they resent them and have put pressure on the city government to limit their use. Therefore, the city has set a target of 25,000 seats assigned to PSLs. If the Eagles sell fewer than 25,000 PSLs, the city will grant the team a tax benefit of $10/seat for each seat under 25,000. If the Eagles sell 25,000 or more PSLs, no tax break will be given. A consulting group has told the Eagles that the team is better off using a modified Dutch auction to sell the PSLs. The group has estimated the cost of running the auction at an additional $5.1 million. Eagle’s management has come to you for . The managers want to know whether they should use an auction and what the expected benefits will be. What will you tell them?