Hofstra Jet

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About Hofstra Jet

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    Practice Squad Player
  • Birthday 03/23/1984

Personal Info

  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    DIE HARD, Section 320. J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets... ALLLLLLLL DAY
  • Where do you live?
    Staten Island/Section 320
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Sports
  • What do you do for a living?
    Market Research/Data Analysis

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Jets/Pats Thursday Night Football 2008. Oh how i loved that game.
  • Do you have season tickets?
    Yes, Section 320
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Not making the playoffs in 2000. Lions, Raiders, and Ravens. Beat 1 of those teams and we were in.. Effin Jets
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    I could care less, win a game, and then i will care,
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    No
  1. Received an email from the Jets today letting me know that if I renew my seats by a certain time, I was eligible for food credit on my jets reward card. I didn't think much of it, because I let go of my seats last year, and haven't looked back. I get a text from my friend who let go of his seats as well, and he got the same email. Seems that the Jets coincidentally sent everyone that has had seasons that email. Minutes later, I received an email letting me know the email was sent in mistake, and I am not eligible I guess. IMO a petty attempt to entice former ticket holders back. Going to have to do a lot more than food credit. Typical Jets though..
  2. If you have/pay for your tickets, you can sell them to whomever you'd like. The Jets do not ask if you're a Jets fan before purchasing season tickets, they ask for the security code on the back of your CC. If the Jets do not ask if you're a fan, neither should loyal season ticket holders when they can't make a game.
  3. Having a PSL does not mean you're rich. I had one for the first 5 years of the stadiums existence. I have seen many a person drive a beautiful car without having much money. A PSL doesn't define you, just like a car does not define you. I am glad you're happy with the PSL, for a few years I was as well.
  4. No one pays face value that doesn't have season tickets though.. So that should even be an issue if you don't have seasons. If you bought a PSL and that was the case, I am sure it would infuriate people.
  5. Yes you got them for 250 bucks each, but that is fair market value. The gripe I had with mine were the fact that I still had to pay for tickets. You're going to pay more next preseason than you did for the entire PSL allotment you have. That is where the Jets do not care who buys the PSL and at what cost, they are just happy its sold and have someone on the hook buying their over priced tickets, rather than going the secondary market route and getting the tickets for pennies on the dollar.
  6. I am actually extremely curious to see what the Jets do when they realize that thousands of people are not renewing. There is going to be a massive sales pitch, price reduction, etc.
  7. I had seats in 229, LOVED the section for a few years, but we all decided to drop the seats. It was 17 of us, and within 2 years, every one of the 17 of us had dropped the seats. I have been back via free seats and the stubhub route, and I always look over to my old section.. EMPTY... No one will buy those seats..
  8. Yea.. To be honest, the money wasn't an investment or anything of the sorts, so I was ok with walking away. I had a blast for the time I had the seats. I can still go, but I just figured why pay face for a ticket i can get for cheaper.
  9. I had 2 PSL's in 229 for 5 years. I completely walked away. I am done with them. I just looked at it as a money pit. Fought with myself night and day about renewing one more year, and I just couldn't do it. This year, we are going to STINK. It's cheaper to way away, then to sink $2,750 into another season. It sucks that I paid in full, and had to just walk away. They are worthless on the market though. We have another thread on the boards with people who are buying them for pennies on the dollar. While thats awesome, having to buy the actual tickets is the burden you take one. Yes the 5K PSL is now only 250 bucks, but the tickets are the enemy. No one wants the seats.
  10. What site is he looking on? I saw tickets going for 6 bucks on multiple occasions.
  11. People are going to be dropping left and right.. Mass exodus
  12. With this logic then, why not just go to the all the games with your wireless printer in the car at all times? The prices right before kickoff will always plummet. You never have to pay for preseason, and never have to pay for meaningless games, which most likely will be frequent the next few years.
  13. The Jets are in a world of trouble in regards to this upcoming season ticket prices. They are stuck. Last year, we were awful, and many of the games were going for bottom dollar. We had 2 meaningful home games last year, 8 games that meant jack. Tickets to some games were going for 6 dollars on stubhub. There is absolutely zero chance they can raise prices this year. That being said, I think a ton of people will wind up dropping their tickets and going the secondary market route. The Jets also can't lower their ticket prices because that sets a weird precedent. I had Section 229 seats since the inception of MetLife, and finally decided to drop them. I was able to score tickets for 25 bucks almost every single game if I wanted. If the jets are good, I don't mind paying above face, but thats not happening for a long time at this rate. I wonder what they will do. Have to entice fans somehow.
  14. Signed by Eubank? That seems off considering the fact that he died prior to Marshall being a Jet
  15. He roots for the laundry, which most of us do.. We don't have to love the names on the back of their jerseys. I agree with Sar 100%. This years team is a bunch of fools