Plan to attend the Green & White scrimmage game of the New York Jets tonight at MetLife Stadium? Here’s all the information you need to attend.
Later on tonight at MetLife Stadium, the New York Jets will hold their annual Green & White scrimmage game. It’s basically the offense going up against the defense in a scrimmage game where fans can enjoy a night game of their favorite team going up against each other.
Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. as team practice begins at 7:00 p.m. The Green & White scrimmage game is free to attend and open to the public as tickets are completely free. If you don’t have a ticket, they are still available by visiting the official team site.
Some of the perks of attending this scrimmage game are fantastic for season ticket holders as they’ll get a 15 percent discount on all merchandise at the Jets Shop. Those that have the Jets Rewards card will also earn 250 bonus points.
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For those of you bringing kids to the event, they will have a full Kids Zone for them to enjoy that features a photo booth, DJ, inflatables, and more.
There will be a plethora of Jets Legends attending the event, it’s been confirmed that 60+ former players will be there to sign autographs for fans.
Head on over to Lot G to be a part of the NFL Experience Tent where players will rotate appearances. The Jets Flight Crew Cheerleaders will also be all throughout MetLife Stadium greeting fans and starting J-E-T-S JETS! JETS! JETS! chants.
After the scrimmage game, there will be a special fireworks and laser show to end the night on a high note. Keep in mind that if you’re attending, fans attending are only allowed one clear plastic bag that doesn’t exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″ as well as one small clutch bag that isn’t bigger than 4.5″ x 6.5″ which is about the size of a hand.
Purses, seat cushions, handbags, cameras, and binocular cases are not permitted. For more information about the carry-in policy for MetLife Stadium, check it out in detail directly from the Jets.