Jets Raise Ticket Prices

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Jets are raising ticket prices.

The team announced a 2.3 percent across-the-board increase on PSL ticket prices Tuesday, with general PSL seats going up $5 per ticket and the 10,000 club PSL seats increase based on location.

Last season, PSL game tickets ranged from $195-$700.

Upper level, non-PSL seat prices are unchanged. There are 38,800 general PSL seats.

Also, the payment schedule has been modified because of the NFL labor situation. Fifty percent payment is due April 1, with the rest when training camp dates are announced.

The team also said business-side employees are being asked to take a one-week per month unpaid furlough if the NFL and its players’ union fail to reach a new labor agreement by the March 3 deadline.

“While we have every reason to believe that the season will go on as planned, it makes sense to adjust our policies to reflect that uncertainty around exactly when an agreement will be reached,” Jets executive vice present of business operations Matt Higgins said.

The Jets have played in the past two AFC championship games, losing most recently to the Steelers 24-19 on Jan. 23.


One Comment

  1. Pete says:

    My season tickets were $75 in 2009; $120 in 2010 (not including the Psl, of course); and, now they want $125!!!!! When will it stop? Next year are they gonna require me to hook my right arm to an Iv tube. Between traveling from Albany, food, etc., it costs me roughly $250 per game. I don’t know if I can do this anymore?

  2. KPMc says:

    So… the NFL collected billions on this years tv contract… already paid for… but the Jets cant pay there lowest-salaried year-round employees?

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