The New York Giants will be lowering the overall cost of season tickets in 2015. They will do that by actually raising the price of individual games during the regular season. However they will also significantly be dropping the price of preseason games, which will drop the overall cost of the package.
On Tuesday the team announced the price changes which will make almost all season ticket prices cost less than they did in 2014. The team will do that by dropping the price of preseason games by “approximately 50%,” according to the team. Games during the regular season, though, will be more expensive. Prices will rise $10 to $20 for non-club seats and club-seats will be increased by $15 to $25.
The team said in an email sent to season ticket holders, “ We believe the modifications we have made in our season-ticket pricing offers you the greatest value for the overall season-ticket package.
On the secondary market, the Giants had one of the highest average prices in the league during 2014. Giants tickets had an average price of $260 on the secondary market, the seventh highest average among all NFL teams.
Heading into the 2015, the Giants will hope to improve on a 6-10 record from last season. New York’s biggest offseason move was giving the franchise tag to defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants will have the ninth overall picking in the upcoming NFL Draft.