Jets lower ticket prices in upper deck Dan Leberfeld

Jets President Neil Glat, told the AP, that the team is cutting the prices of some tickets in the uppper deck at the New Meadowlands.

The AP states, via Glat, “that seats in the end zone, corners and some along the sidelines that cut in from the corners will drop in price for next season. The last seven rows of four sections of sideline seats will fall from $105 per game to either $75 or $50, depending on the row. Those in the corners and in the end zone will drop from $95 to either $75 in six rows or $50 for the last seven rows.”

“After taking a hard look and having analyzed the 300 level, we are going to adjust the price,” Glat told the AP. “We think we can do better in that area for our fans. The goal is to ensure that we have a lot of season ticket holders up there.”