Jets Lower Ticket Prices At MetLife Stadium, Offer Renewal Incentives
The NFL Jets are lowering ticket prices on 3,000 seats in MetLife Stadium’s upper deck, dropping some club seat prices, and stripping some seats out of their most premium area. While team President Neil Glat said that 94% percent of the team’s prices will remain the same, the Jets wanted to get more season-ticket holders buying in the upper deck and sell more tickets in the club areas. Last year the team reduced 6,300 upper deck seats, which do not carry a PSL, from $75 to $50. Now there will be 9,300 priced at that lower level.
In the club seating area in the mezzanine level, some seats will see prices drop to $295 from $395, and others to $250 from $295. Also, 364 seats are being stripped out of the elite Coaches Club and put into the Mezzanine Club, dropping the price from $700 to $250. All those seats still require a PSL. The club for the first time will offer incentives to early season-ticket renewals by putting their names in raffles and contests, including for Super Bowl tickets.