The Giants were not worth the price of admission during their dreadful 2017 season. Thankfully, the Giants will not ask their customers to pay any more money to watch them play in 2018. In a letter from owners John Mara and Steve Tisch, Giants season ticket holders were recently informed they will not have to shell out any more money for their seats. “There is no change in the cost of your season tickets from a year ago,’’ the letter read. Last year, the Giants – coming off a record of 11-5 and the first playoff appearance in five years — raised ticket prices by an average of four percent – the first increase since MetLife Stadium opened in 2010. The Giants are coming off a dismal 3-13 season and, as sorry as they were on the road (a record of 1-7), they were nearly as bad at home (2-6). The losing cost general manager Jerry Reese and head coach Ben McAdoo their jobs, and, for the first time in 39 years, the Giants enter a season with a new general manager and head coach.
Giants ticket prices remain unchanged for 2018
New York Post | Feb 20