While some things change, other things for the New York Jets will be staying the same. The Jets have announced season ticket prices for 2015 will not be changed. The Jets have not announced any specific details for the prices, only that the overall price would remain flat. For the 2015 season, the Jets will also expand variable pricing to season tickets. However, the actual prices for each game will not matter much for those with season tickets since the total price will not differ from last season. So while some prices, like those for preseason games, will be lowered, other premium games will become more expensive.
More details for renewal packages will be available for season ticket holders via email on Wednesday and mailings will be sent out later in the week.
The Jets finished the 2014 season with a record of 4-12, which led to the firing of head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik. On the secondary market, the New York Jets had an average price of $156 per home game. That ranked 19th across all teams in the NFL. The New York Giants, who share MetLife Stadium with the Jets, had an average price of $260, which was the seventh highest average in the league.
Along with AFC East teams, the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins, the Jets are set to host the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns at home in 2015.