Authorities have accused a New Jersey man of selling the rights to more than two dozen season tickets for the football Giants and not delivering.
Jets president Neil Glat said the dip in prices is being made “to improve the value for our fans, especially our season ticket holders.”
Giants president and CEO John Mara remains optimistic that there will be an NFL season in 2011. But, to keep Giants fans at ease, he said on Wednesday that season-ticket holders won’t have to make payments until the lockout is resolved.
MSG goers temporarily saw ticket prices skyrocket after New York’s trade for Carmelo Anthony. According to the New York Post, Knicks season ticket holders can soon expect a permanent rise in dues.
Third down has a new meaning in the NFL this season. Season ticket sales declined for the third year in a row as teams struggle to get fans to the stadium in a weak economy.