New York Jets Tickets

Written by Charles Peacock
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Getting tickets to a New York Jets game is the best way to show your support for Gang Green. I'm a staunch Eagles fan (having grown up in Philadelphia), but I've always liked cheering for the Jets. Maybe it's their green jerseys, maybe it's the fact that they're not the hated (at least by Philadelphia fans) New York Giants--but whatever the reason I've always found the Jets a fun team to watch.

Getting Jets Season Tickets

The Jets play in Giants Stadium (also known as "The Meadowlands") in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Playing in a stadium with another team's name on it is bad enough, but playing in an entirely different state is another thing entirely. That said, the Meadowlands is a great place to see a football game--whether you're from New York, New Jersey or even Philadelphia.

Jets tickets aren't easy to get your hands on--the team consistently sells out all of their season tickets. Single game tickets (when available) also sell out very quickly. Your best bet for finding single game tickets is to go through the Jets' "stub hub" or to talk to a ticket broker. If you're interested in season tickets, you'll have to put your name on a waiting list.

Currently, the Jets have over 10,000 people on their season ticket waiting list. The chances of making it to the top of the list are rather unlikely--at least in the next few years. In the mean time, your best bet for seeing the Jets live is to scrounge tickets off of friends and co-workers, or try your hand with a ticket broker.


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