New York football was as forgettable as ever in 2014, with the Giants and Jets combining for a total of just 10 wins. Both head coaches, Tom Coughlin and Rex Ryan, saw their seat getting hotter with each passing week, and Ryan was officially axed by the Jets in late-December.
Coughlin remains at Big Blue’s helm, however, and will look to right the team’s ship in 2015. Following Tuesday’s schedule release, it appears that the secondary market has faith in such a turnaround, as there will be some highly demanded Giants tickets on the secondary market this season.
The team will play its most expensive game at MetLife Stadium against the hometown rival Jets during Week 13 . That game currently sees Giants vs Jets tickets have a get-in price of $165. The game, surprisingly, will be a regular Sunday 1pm start.
The Giants and Jets last met in the regular season in 2011, where the Jets served as the home team. The Giants would win the Week 16 game and would later go on to claim their fourth Super Bowl title in franchise history against the Patriots that February.
On the other side of the spectrum, the Giants host their cheapest home game against the Carolina Panthers in Week 15. On TicketIQ, the get-in price for Giants vs Panthers tickets is $108. The first home game for Big Blue will come in Week 2 when they host the Atlanta Falcons. The get-in price for Giants vs Falcons tickets is $120.
It will need to be a year of renewal in East Rutherford. With the Giants hoping to return to former glory and make a spirited postseason run, ticket prices seem to suggest that the team is slated for success in 2015.