Jets fans catch a break

Courtesy of the New York Post:

Following their second straight 5-11 season, the Jets are not increasing ticket prices. In some instances they are lowering them.

The average ticket will decrease by 11 percent this year. More than half of the tickets at MetLife Stadium will decrease in price for 2018, with the other prices remaining flat. The Jets are also offering a two-year freeze on ticket prices – meaning they will remain the same in 2019 – for fans who order their tickets by March 1 and enroll in an automatic payment plan. The 2019 home schedule will include opponents who draw well like the Giants, Steelers and Cowboys.

In 2018, the Jets also announced they are going to have tickets available in the mezzanine level that don’t’ require the dreaded personal seat licenses (PSL). When MetLife opened in 2010, the Jets required PSLs for all seats except those in the upper deck. Current PSL holders in the mezzanine section will have the ability to upgrade to lower-level seats with no additional PSL charge. They also would maintain benefits that new non-PSL season-ticket holders would not get.ets play the following teams at home: the Patriots, Bills, Dolphins, Packers, Vikings, Colts, Texans and Broncos.