Good news has been in short supply around the Jets this offseason.
Players are jumping to other clubs in droves, Darrelle Revis appears headed out in a trade and the team doesn’t have much money to spend on replacements. It’s shaping up to be a rough year, but more than 5,000 fans can take solace in the fact that it will cost them less to watch the team play in 2013.
The Jets announced Friday that 3,000 seats in the upper deck and more than 2,000 club seats will have a lower price tag than they did last year. The remainder of the seats will be unchanged.
“Our pricing is remaining unchanged for the coming season, with a few exceptions,” team president Neil Glat said in a release from the team. “After taking a look at the entire bowl, we decided to adjust certain prices to improve the value for fans, especially for season ticket holders.”
The Jets are also offering 2,013 prizes to season ticket holders who renew for the 2013 season, including tickets to the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium. The winner of that prize isn’t likely to see the Jets play, but we’re guessing that eight games will be plenty to get their fill.