Jets Lowering Prices Of 12,000 Upper Tier Seats
The Jets are lowering the price of some 12,000 upper tier seats at MetLife Stadium for the 2012 season.
Jets President Neil Glat says that seats in the end zone, corners and some sideline seats that cut in from the corners will drop in price for next season.
The sideline seats, depending on the row, will fall from $105 per game to either $75 or $50. Those in the corners and in the end zone will drop from $95 to either $75 or $50.
Sellouts are not a concern for the Jets in the 82,500-seat stadium they financed along with the co-tenant Giants. Glat says the dip in prices is being made “to improve the value for our fans.”
The Jets do not require personal seat licenses for the upper tier. The Giants do.
(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)