• Jets announce overall ticket prices will be lower in 2014

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Feb 10, 2014
    The New York Jets tweaked their ticket prices, dropping prices in the upper deck but raising them in the lower level the team's first increase since 2011. The Jets have adjusted their ticket prices, dropping the cost of some tickets at MetLife Stadium and increasing others, the team announced Monday. The mezzanine prices will remain unchanged, but the lower level will jump by an average of three percent. The Jets are not the only AFC East team changing their pricing model for 2014. Overall, the average price in the stadium will drop one to two percent. President Neil Glat, in a phone interview, said the goal is to increase the number of season-ticket holders in the upper deck.
    • Jets announce decrease in ticket prices for '14

      The Jets announced a minimal overall decrease in their ticket prices, with upper level seating at MetLife Stadium decreasing in price by an average of roughly 10 percent. Lower level seating will increase by an average of three percent, equaling out in …
    • Sports Briefing | Football: Jets Change Ticket Prices

      On average, upper-level tickets dropped a little more than 10 percent and lower-level seats increased 3 percent.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Ticket prices include first increase since '11

      The New York Jets tweaked their ticket prices, dropping prices in the upper deck but raising them in the lower level -- the team's first increase since 2011. In 2013, the Jets owned the third-highest average ticket price in the NFL ($110.28), according …
      Source: ESPN.com

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