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    Did anyone not get an email today besides me?

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    I did not

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    Quote Originally Posted by junker68 View Post
    I did not
    I did. It just confirmed my payment plan from last year.
    Last edited by Digetydog; 03-16-2013 at 08:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets337 View Post
    Did anyone not get an email today besides me?
    No email for me either

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    Quote Originally Posted by buickrob View Post
    No email for me either
    They also have not adjusted the "Seating and Pricing" drop down and I can't get into "My Jets Account" to confirm my invoice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buickrob View Post
    No email for me either
    Not to be nosey but did you have a payment plan? I always just paid mine in full. I'm wondering if those are they only people who got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Roots View Post
    Fans in UD 342 + 341 paying $105 have to be pissed now that Row 20 + up in 342 are $50 - 52.5% less!
    You mean row 17 and up

    Bottom line if you are row 17 and up in 341 you are nuts not to move to row 17 in 342 or over to 341.

    One of values in stadium is something like row 26 341 for $105 vs. Row 17 342 for $75 vs Row 17 343 for $50 vs Row 14 343 for $75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkrotraz View Post
    You mean row 17 and up

    Bottom line if you are row 17 and up in 341 you are nuts not to move to row 17 in 342 or over to 341.

    One of values in stadium is something like row 26 341 for $105 vs. Row 17 342 for $75 vs Row 17 343 for $50 vs Row 14 343 for $75
    According to the "Seating and Pricing" chart on the Jet's website, 342 - row 20 & up should be $50. 343 & 344 - rows 14 and up should be $50. But you are correct in your assessment - If you are in row 20 in 341, the guy across the aisle in 342 is paying less than half than you are.

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    Everyone can have a payment plan. I think it's broken up into 4 monthly payments. Just ask your rep if its not an option on the account page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets337 View Post
    Not to be nosey but did you have a payment plan? I always just paid mine in full. I'm wondering if those are they only people who got it.
    Same here. No email, never did a payment plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGF0723 View Post
    This is my 5th year and it kind of burns me to dump hard earned money on a team that's bound to win at most 4-5 games next year. I know that you have to know what you're getting yourself into when you sign on the line with these PSL's but in 2010, did we think we'd be where we are at now?
    It happens.

    If you look at any franchise over a 30 year period, if you're lucky, you get 10 years of awesomeness, 10 years of averageness, 10 years of suck. Not necessarily concurrent, but that's what you pray for. 20 years of a decent shot at glory, 10 years where you have to hit the skids.

    The good news for this season is we have a very tasty home schedule:

    Steelers, Saints, Raiders, Patriots, Dolphins

    I'm not sure where your seats are, but the worse the Jets are the MORE money we get for these tickets from fans of opposing teams who would love a trip to New York and a guaranteed win.

    I myself bought seats for just this type of nuclear season, a Bomb Shelter that'll get me to break-even or make a few bucks. If you have seats that are desirable to opposing fans and a location that is an affordable value due to Club seat adjacency, you're okay. I'm going to sell all my seats nice and early, as soon as the schedule is announced, so that some ticket broker in Pittsburgh who's organizing a hotel/airfare package will have time to pay me top dollar. Then, on gamedays, I'll scoop up tickets on StubHub right at the deadline. Should get $500+ for my seats, will spend $100 on someone else's.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Roots View Post
    According to the "Seating and Pricing" chart on the Jet's website, 342 - row 20 & up should be $50. 343 & 344 - rows 14 and up should be $50. But you are correct in your assessment - If you are in row 20 in 341, the guy across the aisle in 342 is paying less than half than you are.
    It is row 17 and up that is outdated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkrotraz View Post
    It is row 17 and up that is outdated.
    I stand corrected! The new seating/pricing chart is up now on the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Roots View Post
    According to the "Seating and Pricing" chart on the Jet's website, 342 - row 20 & up should be $50. 343 & 344 - rows 14 and up should be $50. But you are correct in your assessment - If you are in row 20 in 341, the guy across the aisle in 342 is paying less than half than you are.
    http://prod.static.jets.clubs.nfl.co...-300-level.pdf

    Flushing, that chart is outdated, this link says row 17 and up.

    I am in section 343 Row 17 and I am paying $50 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkrotraz View Post
    I am in section 343 Row 17 and I am paying $50 bucks
    You have one of the best values in the whole stadium now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Roots View Post
    You have one of the best values in the whole stadium now.
    There are some seats in rows 17-19 in all four sections closest to 50. Jets did not update seating chart and did not clearly explain it to current season ticket holders in the higher row or ections that you are allowed to move seats.

    Anyone in a higher row or far away from 50 yard line should move over.

    Even at $75 row 17 section 342 on the aisle next to 341 is not bad. It is a true sideline view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Roots View Post
    You have one of the best values in the whole stadium now.
    two off the aisle by 342!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Same here. No email, never did a payment plan.

    SAR I
    Instead of charging it last year (to get the cash back), I allowed the Jets to spread my tickets over 4 months by direct deposit out of my checking. Since there is no bonus for paying like that, I will pay in full and take the 2% cash back.

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    Here is the new seating chart price map:

    http://www.newyorkjets.com/tickets-a...ing-chart.html


    The Jets didn't explain this well at all. The back sections of coaches club have become that new prime club and a $255 ticket price.

    The upper deck rows 14-16 are now $75 in the endzones but rows 17-26 are $50. Sectoin 343 row 17 is $50 but section 342 row 16 is $105.

    I am sure a broker got their hands on those seats already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets337 View Post
    Here is the new seating chart price map:

    http://www.newyorkjets.com/tickets-a...ing-chart.html


    The Jets didn't explain this well at all. The back sections of coaches club have become that new prime club and a $255 ticket price.

    The upper deck rows 14-16 are now $75 in the endzones but rows 17-26 are $50. Sectoin 343 row 17 is $50 but section 342 row 16 is $105.

    I am sure a broker got their hands on those seats already.
    If a broker already got his hands on these seats they must be a good value.

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