The NY Jets have officially announced an increase of their season ticket prices for the upcoming 2016 season.
Last year, the Jets ended at 10-6 and almost had a ticket to the NFL Playoffs. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned as they lost their season finale to the Buffalo Bills that effectively ended their season as all they had to do was “win and get in” to earn a Wild Card berth.
Regardless, it was a memorable season and one that saw the franchise take a step in the right direction. Due to it, the Jets have officially announced an increase to all season tickets at MetLife Stadium for the upcoming season.
Here is the full transcript in its entirety, courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets:
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The New York Jets will increase season ticket prices for the 2016 NFL season at MetLife Stadium by an average of about 4 percent.
The price increase translates to less than $5 per ticket on average for non-premium seats. This is the first increase for most sections since 2011.
“We very much appreciate the commitment to the team and understand the investment that our fans make to attend our games,” Jets President Neil Glat said. “We’re looking forward to the 2016 season and building on the exciting gameday experience and home field advantage that our fans created last year.”
The Jets will continue variable pricing for the second straight season, although details won’t be available until the NFL releases the ’16 schedule in April.
Also, the Jets Rewards program will be entering its third year and will be expanding in 2016. Jets Rewards offers season ticket holders the opportunity to earn points and redeem them for unique rewards from the club.
Jets Rewards this year will include access to more Jets events and memorabilia and will offer more exclusive benefits and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Season Ticket Holders in the past have had the opportunity to attend a pregame breakfast at the stadium, be on the field for pregame warmups, participate in the flag presentation during the National Anthem, form player introduction tunnels, go on the field after the game, attend a road game, and watch a home game in a suite.