Attempting to jump-start their sluggish season ticket sales, the Jets have raised season ticket prices in the lower bowl at MetLife Stadium and lowered season ticket prices in the upper decks.

Seats in the upper decks were lowered by an average of about 10 percent, with an increase in the number of $50 seats – the cheapest in the building. The Jets raised ticket prices in the lower level by an average of 3 percent; every seat in the lower level was hit with some sort of price increase. The lower-level tickets require personal seat licenses; the upper deck seats do not require personal seat licenses.
Ticket prices in the mezzanine level were not changed. The pricing adjustments will result in an overall lowering of ticket prices by 1 to 2 percent, according to the Jets.