Chryslers or Hondas with the sticker on the driver's door. Jaguar with the sticker on the passenger door jamb. Volvos and Audis with the sticker on the inside of the fuel door. Audis with the sticker on the right rear door jamb. Nissans with the sticker on the underside of the center console lid.
In this case the OP asked for pressures for the sports package wheel/tires because his car didn't originally have them. The tire pressures happen to be the same regardless, but that's a coincidence. It isn't always the case.
Thank you. My car only lists the pressures for the 15" wheels on the door post. Pressures for 16" wheels are only listed if the car has that option from the factory. I did not know if the pressures were different for the larger tires. That is why I asked. Thank you to those who answered the question.