The New York Jets announced on Monday that they were lowering the pricing of season tickets, keyword: Overall.
Prices in the stadium’s upper level will decrease on average a little more than 10 percent. In the lower level, prices will increase an average of 3 percent. Prices for mezzanine level tickets will remain unchanged from 2013.
The adjustments will result in an overall lowering of ticket prices by about 1 to 2 percent.
I like the spin they put on it. Are they lowering the tickets for me and my fellow low level ticket holders? NO. The mezzanine get a break with no change and the upper deck get their prices reduced.
Seems like a strategy to me to get more people in the cheap seats without losing money. To make up for the cost, get the chumps in the lower levels who are already paying the PSLs. They can’t back out, right?
@e_man lowering for all upper deck or just corners and end zone (aka tough sells)
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