The Raiders have made the curious move of notifying current season ticket holders in Oakland the opportunity to reserve a seat in the team’s yet-to-be-constructed Las Vegas stadium for $100.

Mere days after the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas was overwhelmingly approved by NFL owners, a notice was posted on the team’s new stadium site alerting current season-ticket holders of the arguably insulting offer.

While the details regarding the process for the sale of Personal Seat Licenses (PSL’s) and Raiders season tickets at the new Las Vegas stadium are being finalized, current season ticket members who place a deposit by September 1, 2017 and whose accounts remain in good standing as long as the Raiders play in Oakland will receive a special opportunity to purchase seats at the new Las Vegas stadium.

The new Las Vegas stadium, the “Frequently Asked Questions” portion of the page reads, “is currently anticipated to open for the 2020 NFL season.”

Beyond next season, when the Raiders will play at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum — presumably in front of incredibly unhappy fans — there is no firm plan in place detailing exactly where the Raiders will play in subsequent seasons before construction of the stadium in Vegas is completed.