You are right it is $800 a pair for season tickets, with shot at postseason plus superbowl lottery. Orange parking is only $15 a game and you only need to pay for 8 games of parking. which is $120, so a total of $920 for a pair of Jets tickets with Parking. We have not seen those prices since Clinton was President
I have Green Passes, but it was only certain PSL sections that got that offer. mainly non-club visitor side lower level seats.
Only downside of Green passes, they are $35 bucks each and are worthless for preseason games
Actually, the Jets have offered them to others outside the clubs. I sent a letter complaining about this dilution of my value as a club seat holder to the Jets.
The reply was that they were filling the other color parking zones and were offering them to a limited number of PSL season ticket holders.
So the basic response I took from this was: tough luck.
Then on March 1st if you were in certain sections you got this email.
Then you had to agree to it have it added to your invoice and pay.
Did you request the upgrade prior to March 1s and di you get this email on March 1st
Many PSL holders have previously requested to upgrade from Yellow to Green parking (Lots E, F and G) and we are happy to make that option available to you for the 2013 season. Should you choose to upgrade, a full season Green parking pass costs $350 and this amount would be reflected on your upcoming season ticket invoice. This offer is only good for the 2013 season, as we cannot guarantee availability beyond 2013.
If you are interested, please contact a Jets Representative at 800-469-JETS (5387) by Friday, March 8. Thank you!
The New York Jets
Fans who selected poor seating locations three months after the seniority process started, not my fault, they were warned back in 2008, will be happy to show you the posts if you like. I even posted an image of the seating chart, removed the seats that would be a bad value, showed that even though the place seats 82,500 there were only about 16,000 seats that anyone would die for.
People should listen to SAR. He's smart.
LLEZ and most of Mezz are really just "commodity" seats just too much damm inventory and the view behind Enzone is just not that great.
I sat one game in row 13 in section 142 close to 140 and for a $145 ticket price those were damm good seats. Given middle of aisle drip line Mezz B seats between goal posts are $125 a ticket it is easy to see why some PSLs are harder to sell than others.
Remember new buyers unlike orginal buyers have sat in the seats during games and there are no pretty PSL reps to talk you into it. LLEZ high row middle of aisle seats really suck. When stadium is empty it is warm and sunny and a pretty blonde is telling you no money down just sign here people bought them.
Now freezing cold, middle of aisle tons of fans standing all game and having to climb over 20 people to pee and no financing these seats are going for $700 bucks.
But seats like sunny side LSL on aisle closest to Coaches club still hold up, because those seats are truly great.