No way would I move if I were you as having no one blocking your view is in itself worth a lot.
However, anyone in rows 11-13 or 17-19 should consider moving back a few rows. By far in my opinion the best rows in the UD EZ may be rows 5, 14 and 20. Why all three may afford you the opportunity to not have a someone standing in front of you. In particular row 19, who is paying $75 when seat behind is $50. Row 19 UD EZ is so far back from field can 48 inches more to move to row 20 even matter.
You guys should check out stubhub prices have plummeted in the upper deck. Opening day tons of tickets priced in the 80 dollar range.
We paid a modest ticket increase for a brand new stadium and superior views. If God came down in 1982 and told me I'd have to wait 30 years to get a great view and all it would cost me is $13 per game I'd have given him a big hug and said "thank you God".
And look up the history of other PSL teams in the NFL and how their fans were rewarded for their loyalty by great profit on the aftermarket.
Giants Stadium had 76,000 seats with decent views.
MetLife Stadium only has 55,000 seats with decent views.
PSL's are not a lot of money.
Can't make it any more simple than that to comprehend.
There are two types of fans: Those that want to actually see the football game and those that want to get drunk in public. Those that want to see the game disregard the upper deck seats outright, the Jets could sell them for $1 each and it still wouldn't have an impact on my Mezzanine seats or the other fans seats in the lower bowls.
If Club Seats suddenly have their licenses halved and gameday prices cut to $125 then PSL holders are screwed.
If the Jets suddenly go back in the toilet as a franchise and are a last place club then PSL holders are screwed.
That's it. Those are the only two worries that a PSL owner has in MetLife Stadium. The upper deck is inconsequential because no one wants to sit up there except 60 year olds stuck in high school who aren't there to see the game anyway.
PeteOriginally Posted by FlagmanL11
I guess you come from LI? I would not want to make that drive either, but at least we have a lot of 1PM games so the morning commute will not be too bad. Prob will need to decide sooner than later to snag the better seats.
Seems to be a lot of zip code fans here. I thought I was unique?Yup LI. We will decide by tonight. I was planning on a few games anyway so hopefully it works out.
Last edited by Queens Jet Fan; 06-21-2012 at 03:03 PM.
Jets used to have a 20 year waiting list. No more, tickets can be had cheap last minute so less reason to buy ahead. Plus think about it they are reducing 12,000 seats in UD today. But really only the two nearest Sideline corner seats reduced in all four corners are worth it. Those high row UD EZ seats are way way to far from field. There are three levels, then 70 rows than from back wall of endzone to goal line is another 20 yards. And that is the distance to the closest play. In reality closeness to the 50 is the biggest factor in seats. The seats on the aisle around row 20 which is 5 yard line for $75 are a much better deal than the $50 dollar seats in the UD EZ, why well you just have too much distance to cover to see anything on other side of field. Also in the $75 dollar seat you have 4 big screens to look at. In UD EZ you have to look downfield to see big screens, you cant see ones on your side. So even replays are very very far away like maybe 150 yards.
See you this season at the games. I'll be parking two vans full of hard-partying fans in your lot. Then half of us will be sitting in your section, having paid face value (or less) for the same seats you have, while the guy who sold them to us eats the PSL cost for us. That's really the only difference.
Well, that, and we'll actually be able to comprehend what's happening on the field.