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Jets announce price freezes and decreases for tickets to games

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The Jets came out with an announcement today on ticket prices that sounds like good news for fans.

Season ticket prices for New York Jets home games during the 2018 season will decrease by an average of 11 percent.

The Jets are also introducing a two-year price freeze on season tickets in conjunction with signing up for new 12- and 10-month auto-payment options by March 1, 2018. The team’s upcoming home schedules will feature popular visiting non-divisional opponents including the Packers, Vikings, Texans, Colts and Broncos in 2018 and the Giants, Cowboys and Steelers in 2019.

More than half of the seats at MetLife Stadium will have price decreases and the prices for the rest of the seats will remain flat. The lowest-priced seat in the building will be $45, and the average ticket price will be the lowest since MetLife opened in 2010.

The Jets also announced all season ticket holders will receive Jets Cash, which fans can use to buy food and merchandise.

While it isn’t cheap to go to any NFL game, it is nice to see the Jets cut their fans a break for the next two years. As the team notes, this will be the lowest average ticket price since the opening of MetLife Stadium. At least the team is doing what it can to make a trip to a game a bit lighter on wallets.