Wins always come with a price.
In the case of the New York Jets, its fans will pay that price.
Manish Mehta of the Daily News has announced that Jets ticket prices will go up an average of 2.3 percent for the 2011 season.
If that’s not bad enough try this: The Jets will require season-ticket holders to pay 50 percent of the cost of their season tickets by April 1, with the rest due when training camp opens.
If any home games are canceled by a work stoppage, the Jets will refund season-ticket holders the price of those games’ tickets. But there will be no refunds for personal seat license holders in the case of a lockout.