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3 minutes ago, pointman said:

Question.. do I need a parking pass, or can I just pay when I get there?

You need a pass or no entry to any of the lots. 

 
 
 

 

When do the parking lots open?

  • Parking lots open five hours prior to kickoff.  It is highly recommended to arrive early as the closer it gets to kickoff, the more crowded the roadways and parking lots will become. So arrive early to tailgate or check out the plaza area between the stadium and entry gates.
     

 

When do the parking lots close on gamedays at MetLife Stadium?

  • Parking lots close two hours after the end of the game.

 

Can I tailgate?

1.) Tailgating has become a ritual at the stadium and is permitted provided guests tailgate in the same space occupied by their vehicle. Please be courteous to your fellow fans -- open parking spaces should not be used for tailgating.  MetLife Stadium and the Jets are actively monitoring all lots with additional security and there are patrols to enforce the one car, one spot policy.


 

081810-tailgating-diagram.jpg

2.) While tailgating is permitted in designated locations at specified times, any unauthorized commercial activity is strictly prohibited and is a violation of the law. Individuals and companies are prohibited from selling access to a tailgate party to members of the general public either in advance of or on the day of an event.

3.) Ticket holders may not reserve adjacent parking spaces for others.

4.) Tailgating is not permitted in the parking garages which are located on the Arena side. And also not permitted in the non-tailgaiting areas located in Lot G.

 

  • If you have a large tailgate party, stadium management strongly encourages you to arrive early and use the grass berms and paved areas on the islands located between the parking lots. This will allow you to fully enjoy your party while being courteous to your fellow fans.
  • Grills are permitted for tailgating enjoyment, provided guests do so only in the same space occupied by their vehicle. However, their use near buildings or in areas where guests or property may be damaged is strictly prohibited.
  • Please do not discard hot coals near vehicles or in plastic waste receptacles; there have been several car and trash fires over the past few years. For your safety and convenience, hot coal bins have been provided for the disposal of charcoal. These large, orange “hot charcoal” bins are located on the islands/plazas between the parking lots. PLEASE DO NOT DISCARD TRASH IN THE HOT COAL BINS OR HOT COAL ASHES IN THE TRASH CONTAINERS.
  • Open fires are not permitted
  • Trash receptacles are located throughout the Sports Complex parking lots and near the stadium entrances. Please bag and dispose of your trash to make it safer for vehicles exiting the Sports Complex after the game.
  • Outside catering companies are not permitted on the Sports Complex. Delaware North Sportservice is the official food service provider/caterer for the MetLife Sports Complex. To schedule a catered event, please contact Delaware North Sportservice at (201) 559-1631.

 

Things to Know:

If it is more convenient, green permit holders may park in any lot, and yellow permit holders may park in yellow or orange lots.

Parking lot toll plazas open five hours prior to kickoff.

In order to protect the environment and save gas, we encourage fans to carpool or take mass transit whenever possible.

Please be considerate of your fellow ticket holders and adhere to the one car, one space policy.

Click Here to see the MetLife Stadium Parking Map

 

How much do the pre-paid parking permits cost?

The pre-paid parking permits are available to Season Ticket Holders on a season-long basis as follows:

                • Club & Suite Holders: $350 ($35 per game)
                • PSL & 300-level Seat Holders: $250 ($25 per game)

Please contact your Client Relations Representative for parking prices for limousines, RVs, box trucks, trailers, buses and other oversized vehicles.

 

When will I receive my pre-paid parking permits?

If you are a Season Ticket Holder, you will receive parking permits for each home game, depending on the number of season ticket associated with your account, in your Season Ticket mailing. Please bring the appropriate parking permit to each home game to ensure access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. If you do not have your parking permit you will not be permitted to park in the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots.

 

Where can I park with my pre-paid parking permits?

Based on your seat location, your Pre-Paid Parking Permit will allow you to park in one of the three color-coded parking areas. The green colored lots are for Club and Suite season ticket holders, yellow for all PSL season ticket holders and orange for all 300-level season ticket holders. As in past years, you will need a Pre-Paid Parking Permit to park onsite (both on the stadium and arena side).

 

Can I use My Jets Account to transfer game tickets and pre-paid parking permits?

Yes. You may log into My Jets Account and post your pre-season, regular season, and pre-paid parking permits for resale. You may also transfer your pre-season, regular season, and pre-paid parking permits to family, friends or business associates. Log into your account at newyorkjets.com/myjetsaccount and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 

Can I purchase parking passes for an individual game?

For New York Jets games guests may purchase a pre-paid permit via Ticketmaster by searching for "Jets Parking." The permits sold here are for any Yellow Lot (B, D, J, K, L, M and P) for $40 or any Green Lot (E, F and G) for $50. New York Jets guests may also use the NFL Ticket Exchange. Guests will want to click on '"Show Parking Tickets" after reaching the page for the game they are attending. Passes are labeled "ORGA," "YELL," or "GREEN."

                • The "ORGA" permit will get a guest into any "Orange" Lot (Lot P, K and all lots near the IZOD Center)
                • The "YELL" permit will get a guest into any "Yellow" Lot (Lots B, D, J, K, L, M or P)
                • The "GREEN" permit will get a guest into any "Green" Lot (Lots E, F or G)

*The numbers on the permits do not mean anything and do not guarantee a specific spot in a specific lot.

 

Is satellite parking available?

Yes, two popular independently run parking alternatives are Secaucus Park & Ride and Murray Hill Parkway. Secaucus Park and Ride is located at 675 New County Rd. at Seaview Drive in Secaucus and costs $20 on Sunday, $28 on weeknights and $165 for 8 game passes — park your car, then hop on the NJ Transit train.

Or use Murray Hill Parkway’s satellite parking, off of Paterson Plank Road and Union Avenue in East Rutherford, NJ. The parking lot opens four hours prior to kickoff, closes one hour after the game ends and costs $40 per game. There are approximately 1,600 parking spots available. Tailgating is permitted. The bus drop-off/pickup location on the MetLife Sports Complex is located in Lot G near the Pepsi Gate. For driving directions, use the following address:

20 Murray Hill Parkway
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

                          100823-directions-to-murray.jpg

Click Here to Get Directions to Murray Hill Parkway

How can I gain access to ADA parking? 

Ticket holders who have a valid ADA license plate or a valid hang tag AND a Pre-Paid Parking Permit will be directed to park in the ADA parking spaces in parking lots E, F or G. The individual who was issued the valid ADA license plate or ADA hang tag must be in the vehicle and have a valid ID. This will be verified by the traffic and parking staff.

Please call 800-469-JETS (5387) with any feedback or questions you may have about your parking experience.

 

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Just now, joewilly12 said:

You need a pass or no entry to any of the lots. 

Dang. Thanks. Any tips on where/what for a parking pass, or just any will do? Thanks!

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Just now, pointman said:

Dang. Thanks. Any tips on where/what for a parking pass, or just any will do? Thanks!

I prefer the green lot if needed I buy on StubHub maybe use the link from here see if its valid for parking passes. 

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2 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

I prefer the green lot if needed I buy on StubHub maybe use the link from here see if its valid for parking passes. 

Awesome. Thanks again. I'll do just that!

 

Anything else you recommend, besides game tix and parking pass? First game at Metlife!

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11 minutes ago, pointman said:

Question.. do I need a parking pass, or can I just pay when I get there?

Get a pass. Stub Hub or Vivid should do. 

Green parking is close to the stadium.

Yellow is on the other side of the service road, a better value and more lively with more tailgating

Orange is in another zip code. Looks like a loooong walk in.   

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11 minutes ago, pointman said:

Awesome. Thanks again. I'll do just that!

 

Anything else you recommend, besides game tix and parking pass? First game at Metlife!

Go in early watch the team warm up if its your first game. 

Get there early tailgate but save room the food inside is great, especially if you can get into the TD club but I think you need certain MEZZ tickets. 

Souvenirs are very expensive not worth it. 

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7 minutes ago, pointman said:

Awesome. Thanks again. I'll do just that!

 

Anything else you recommend, besides game tix and parking pass? First game at Metlife!

Get there early, perhaps 4 hours before game time. Bring tailgate fodder (food, drink, chairs/table, drink, cups for your drink, etc.). Do not take up more room than the one space for your car. Sit in front of your car and soak in the tailgate atmosphere, maybe talk with your neighbors for a few hours. It's unique to this sport and one of the best things about football. Pack up and head to the building at least one hour before. This will allow you to not get jammed at the gate close to kickoff and allow a walk around the outside concourse to see all the corny Jets stuff they have set up. Make sure you are in your seats well before kickoff. Stay in your seat for every play. Leave leisurely at the end and have a post tailgate ready to wait out the horrendous traffic at the end of games.

Return and repeat above process often

 

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2 hours ago, The Crimson King said:

Get a pass. Stub Hub or Vivid should do. 

Green parking is close to the stadium.

Yellow is on the other side of the service road, a better value and more lively with more tailgating

Orange is in another zip code. Looks like a loooong walk in.   

Awesome! Thank you!

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2 hours ago, joewilly12 said:

Go in early watch the team warm up if its your first game. 

Get there early tailgate but save room the food inside is great, especially if you can get into the TD club but I think you need certain MEZZ tickets. 

Souvenirs are very expensive not worth it. 

Very cool! Thank you! How early is good?

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2 hours ago, The Crimson King said:

Get there early, perhaps 4 hours before game time. Bring tailgate fodder (food, drink, chairs/table, drink, cups for your drink, etc.). Do not take up more room than the one space for your car. Sit in front of your car and soak in the tailgate atmosphere, maybe talk with your neighbors for a few hours. It's unique to this sport and one of the best things about football. Pack up and head to the building at least one hour before. This will allow you to not get jammed at the gate close to kickoff and allow a walk around the outside concourse to see all the corny Jets stuff they have set up. Make sure you are in your seats well before kickoff. Stay in your seat for every play. Leave leisurely at the end and have a post tailgate ready to wait out the horrendous traffic at the end of games.

Return and repeat above process often

 

Awesome Awesome!! Thanks a lot!

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2 hours ago, joewilly12 said:

You need a pass or no entry to any of the lots. 

 
 
 

 

When do the parking lots open?

  • Parking lots open five hours prior to kickoff.  It is highly recommended to arrive early as the closer it gets to kickoff, the more crowded the roadways and parking lots will become. So arrive early to tailgate or check out the plaza area between the stadium and entry gates.
     

 

When do the parking lots close on gamedays at MetLife Stadium?

  • Parking lots close two hours after the end of the game.

 

Can I tailgate?

1.) Tailgating has become a ritual at the stadium and is permitted provided guests tailgate in the same space occupied by their vehicle. Please be courteous to your fellow fans -- open parking spaces should not be used for tailgating.  MetLife Stadium and the Jets are actively monitoring all lots with additional security and there are patrols to enforce the one car, one spot policy.


 

081810-tailgating-diagram.jpg

2.) While tailgating is permitted in designated locations at specified times, any unauthorized commercial activity is strictly prohibited and is a violation of the law. Individuals and companies are prohibited from selling access to a tailgate party to members of the general public either in advance of or on the day of an event.

3.) Ticket holders may not reserve adjacent parking spaces for others.

4.) Tailgating is not permitted in the parking garages which are located on the Arena side. And also not permitted in the non-tailgaiting areas located in Lot G.

 

  • If you have a large tailgate party, stadium management strongly encourages you to arrive early and use the grass berms and paved areas on the islands located between the parking lots. This will allow you to fully enjoy your party while being courteous to your fellow fans.
  • Grills are permitted for tailgating enjoyment, provided guests do so only in the same space occupied by their vehicle. However, their use near buildings or in areas where guests or property may be damaged is strictly prohibited.
  • Please do not discard hot coals near vehicles or in plastic waste receptacles; there have been several car and trash fires over the past few years. For your safety and convenience, hot coal bins have been provided for the disposal of charcoal. These large, orange “hot charcoal” bins are located on the islands/plazas between the parking lots. PLEASE DO NOT DISCARD TRASH IN THE HOT COAL BINS OR HOT COAL ASHES IN THE TRASH CONTAINERS.
  • Open fires are not permitted
  • Trash receptacles are located throughout the Sports Complex parking lots and near the stadium entrances. Please bag and dispose of your trash to make it safer for vehicles exiting the Sports Complex after the game.
  • Outside catering companies are not permitted on the Sports Complex. Delaware North Sportservice is the official food service provider/caterer for the MetLife Sports Complex. To schedule a catered event, please contact Delaware North Sportservice at (201) 559-1631.

 

Things to Know:

If it is more convenient, green permit holders may park in any lot, and yellow permit holders may park in yellow or orange lots.

Parking lot toll plazas open five hours prior to kickoff.

In order to protect the environment and save gas, we encourage fans to carpool or take mass transit whenever possible.

Please be considerate of your fellow ticket holders and adhere to the one car, one space policy.

Click Here to see the MetLife Stadium Parking Map

 

How much do the pre-paid parking permits cost?

The pre-paid parking permits are available to Season Ticket Holders on a season-long basis as follows:

                • Club & Suite Holders: $350 ($35 per game)
                • PSL & 300-level Seat Holders: $250 ($25 per game)

Please contact your Client Relations Representative for parking prices for limousines, RVs, box trucks, trailers, buses and other oversized vehicles.

 

When will I receive my pre-paid parking permits?

If you are a Season Ticket Holder, you will receive parking permits for each home game, depending on the number of season ticket associated with your account, in your Season Ticket mailing. Please bring the appropriate parking permit to each home game to ensure access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. If you do not have your parking permit you will not be permitted to park in the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots.

 

Where can I park with my pre-paid parking permits?

Based on your seat location, your Pre-Paid Parking Permit will allow you to park in one of the three color-coded parking areas. The green colored lots are for Club and Suite season ticket holders, yellow for all PSL season ticket holders and orange for all 300-level season ticket holders. As in past years, you will need a Pre-Paid Parking Permit to park onsite (both on the stadium and arena side).

 

Can I use My Jets Account to transfer game tickets and pre-paid parking permits?

Yes. You may log into My Jets Account and post your pre-season, regular season, and pre-paid parking permits for resale. You may also transfer your pre-season, regular season, and pre-paid parking permits to family, friends or business associates. Log into your account at newyorkjets.com/myjetsaccount and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 

Can I purchase parking passes for an individual game?

For New York Jets games guests may purchase a pre-paid permit via Ticketmaster by searching for "Jets Parking." The permits sold here are for any Yellow Lot (B, D, J, K, L, M and P) for $40 or any Green Lot (E, F and G) for $50. New York Jets guests may also use the NFL Ticket Exchange. Guests will want to click on '"Show Parking Tickets" after reaching the page for the game they are attending. Passes are labeled "ORGA," "YELL," or "GREEN."

                • The "ORGA" permit will get a guest into any "Orange" Lot (Lot P, K and all lots near the IZOD Center)
                • The "YELL" permit will get a guest into any "Yellow" Lot (Lots B, D, J, K, L, M or P)
                • The "GREEN" permit will get a guest into any "Green" Lot (Lots E, F or G)

*The numbers on the permits do not mean anything and do not guarantee a specific spot in a specific lot.

 

Is satellite parking available?

Yes, two popular independently run parking alternatives are Secaucus Park & Ride and Murray Hill Parkway. Secaucus Park and Ride is located at 675 New County Rd. at Seaview Drive in Secaucus and costs $20 on Sunday, $28 on weeknights and $165 for 8 game passes — park your car, then hop on the NJ Transit train.

Or use Murray Hill Parkway’s satellite parking, off of Paterson Plank Road and Union Avenue in East Rutherford, NJ. The parking lot opens four hours prior to kickoff, closes one hour after the game ends and costs $40 per game. There are approximately 1,600 parking spots available. Tailgating is permitted. The bus drop-off/pickup location on the MetLife Sports Complex is located in Lot G near the Pepsi Gate. For driving directions, use the following address:

20 Murray Hill Parkway
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

                          100823-directions-to-murray.jpg

Click Here to Get Directions to Murray Hill Parkway

How can I gain access to ADA parking? 

Ticket holders who have a valid ADA license plate or a valid hang tag AND a Pre-Paid Parking Permit will be directed to park in the ADA parking spaces in parking lots E, F or G. The individual who was issued the valid ADA license plate or ADA hang tag must be in the vehicle and have a valid ID. This will be verified by the traffic and parking staff.

Please call 800-469-JETS (5387) with any feedback or questions you may have about your parking experience.

 

I didn't see all that info first time I read your post! Glad I didn't miss it. Thanks again. Really appreciate it.

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On 10/10/2017 at 11:53 AM, Maxman said:

What young players do you feel good about?

Jamal Adams, Elijah McGwire, Marcus Maye, Damore'ea Stringfellow.

SAR I

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