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Jets ticket prices remain the same for 2017 season

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The Jets have released Nick Mangold, Darrelle Revis and Brandon Marshall to kick off an offseason that promises changes across the roster of a team that went 5-11 last year.

The changes will not extend to the team’s ticket prices. The Jets raised prices before the 2016 season, but announced on Tuesday that prices will remain the same for the coming year.

The team also announced that season ticket holders will receive between $20-100 in “Jets Cash” to use on concessions during games played at MetLife Stadium. They will also have the opportunity to receive other benefits, including better parking and the chance to meet former Jets over the course of the season.

Those ticket holders will have the chance to see the Jets face their AFC East rivals along with the Falcons, Panthers, Jaguars, Chiefs and Chargers. It remains unclear if team owner Woody Johnson will be there for those contests or if his long-rumored appointment as the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom will have him otherwise occupied.

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11 Responses to “Jets ticket prices remain the same for 2017 season”
  1. smokingthebowels says: Mar 7, 2017 12:52 PM

    Looks like 2-6 at home for the Jets next year

  2. One For The D**k #Six says: Mar 7, 2017 12:53 PM

    Congrats jets fans, through out the season you can meet legendary jets players, such as Joe Namath, and, um, Chad Pennington, err, you know, the other “greats”, I’m sure there are other greats… hahaha

  3. thisoneguy1 says: Mar 7, 2017 12:55 PM

    The Jets could raise ticket prices if they wanted to, but they’d have a hard time keeping a straight face while they did it.

  4. weepingjebus says: Mar 7, 2017 12:56 PM

    Can you use Jets cash to buy Packers stock?

  5. pardonmyjake says: Mar 7, 2017 1:05 PM

    one would think the jets would lower there ticket prices

  6. gbrim20 says: Mar 7, 2017 1:51 PM

    Wait, the Jets team with no O-line, no QB, what’s left of Erik Decker at receiver, and nothing in the secondary…won’t command top dollar ticket prices?

    Don’t worry Jets, true fans will still sign up for season tickets. Purists who appreciate good special teams work and can overlook details like “Offense” and “Defense.”

  7. bobthebillsfan says: Mar 7, 2017 2:01 PM

    “Looks like 2-6 at home for the Jets next year”

    Jags and who else? Chargers?

    I’m thinking 1-7 at home and 2-14 overall (I think they will win one on the road, either the Browns or the Saints.

  8. smokingthebowels says: Mar 7, 2017 2:37 PM

    Jags and a division opponent. They usually play all 3 teams well

  9. intrafinesse says: Mar 7, 2017 3:31 PM

    I see the Jets going 2-14 with Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg.
    I see them getting the top pick in the 2018 draft.
    I see them taking a QB.

    Will the QB be a bust, or actually pretty good?

  10. bobthebillsfan says: Mar 7, 2017 5:32 PM

    I agree on the division opponent, the Jets usually play well within the division.

    Question – is this a make or break year for Todd Bowles?

  11. tunechi90 says: Mar 7, 2017 9:57 PM

    Winston! I know that guy!

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