In an effort to try and sell the remainder of their PSLs, the Jets have decided to slash prices with the regular season only four months away now.
This time, the Jets cut in half the P.S.L.’s for seats in the 10 Lower Endzone sections, to $2,500 from $5,000. The Jets also reduced the price of P.S.L.’s in the four sections of Lower Sideline seats, to $10,000 from $15,000, and in the 10 sections of Mezzanine Endzone B, to $2,500 from $4,000.
The Jets need to sell out their home games to ensure that the television networks can televise the games in the New York metropolitan area.
The price reduction is great for fans, and hopefully it will cause the rest of the PSL’s to sell out so the Jets can have a full stadium supporting them on Sundays.
This piece of news does however, point out that the Jets have still not passed the Giants in New York. The Giants have sold almost all of their PSL’s and they sold PSL’s for the upper deck.