The Jets announced today that they have fewer than 2,000 upper-level seats available per game and are selling those tickets on a single-game basis. The seats, which have no PSLs attached to them, became available as people upgraded from these seats to PSLs elsewhere in the stadium.
The team reaffirmed that no single-game Personal Seat License seats will be sold for Jets home games at New Meadowlands Stadium this season. Team officials said* *that home games will be sold out before opening night, Sept. 13 against the Baltimore Ravens and that there will be no local TV blackouts of home games.
The club has detailed the process by which these upper-level seats will be sold. They are being made available first, a maximum of eight tickets per game, to season ticket holders today through 4 p.m. These tickets can be purchased only on Ticketmaster.com, at the same price per game as the season ticket price plus Ticketmaster's applicable fees.
After 4 p.m. today, the general public may purchase these upper-level seats. These tickets also can be purchased only on Ticketmaster.com, a maximum of eight per game, and are priced $10 higher per ticket plus Ticketmaster's applicable fees.
The club said that 96 percent of its PSL seats at the new stadium have been sold for the 2010 season.