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  1. The prices went down on some PSL sections. As far as I see it, it's a temporary adjustment to lure you into committing $$$$$$. There is no guarantee there won't be a price increase. Let's say the prices starts to climb in year 2012 @7% per year for three years in a row from $125, then by 2015, the price of admission is $153. And because we usually own two season tickets in the old stadium, we would normally buy two season tickets at the new stadium costing over $300 per game. I haven't add up the cost of a psl seat which is pro-rated over 5 years with 6% added. And forget about the clu
  2. You're right! I guess NFLticketexchange and Stubhub and Craig's list will get visitors.
  3. The Uppers are sold out. The mezzanine and field end zones are close to being sold out and whatever is left is too close to the neon/LCD HD screen. The endzone club PSL at $5k sounds attractive but there is nothing in the center or lower rows available. And I'm not buying any endzone club seat when the guy across the aisle paid $4k and $120 per seat while I pay $199 for my seat (per game). I don't want grey poupon mustard when French's spicy brown will do. Woody, make more seats available at $120 per seat and at $4k and let's enjoy Nathan's and a Coke together. (you can bring the tableclot
  4. Isn't that where the outlet stores are? I'm married...........
  5. That's EXACTLY how ALL of US feel. (Maybe not Epcot Center but to Lancaster, PA or the Rockettes at Radio City.)
  6. From the responses in this thread, it sounds like there are two of us have purchased PSL seats. The majority is sitting on the fence. If the jets win against the Chargers, there will be a few more sales. I doubt if the majority will buy. the three sticking points are 1-high Psl seat price 2-uncertainty of ticket price increase 3-right to buy tickets for other events and concerts
  7. For the superbowl, if the new stadium hosts it, it will be a drawing among the three parties: the Jets PSL owner, the Giants PSL owner, the fans from the competing superbowl teams (unless it happens to be the Jets or Giants). The winners for te drawing get to attend the event.
  8. Both reps are right. There is no increase in the first year. If sales are slow, there is no increase the following year. By the third and fifth years, increase can range from a conservative 5 to 7%. Also, the stadium will continue to make mortgage payments on the loan. If the Jets management is late or defers on making scheduled mortgage payments, the monthly payments will go up. If the Jets management have trouble selling the seats now, can you imaagine what happens when we try to sell it on the markettplace on our own? And if the Jets can't nake that mortgage payment, won't the nega
  9. This was released by the media: Jaguars reduce some season-ticket prices for 2010, hope to avoid more TV blackouts Jacksonville (Duval, Florida) By Associated Press JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)
  10. For PSL prices and ticket prices, it should be reasonable, affordable, and sensible. The payment for these prices should not cause any of us to take out a second mortgage or sacrifice other needs, like food, for the enjoyment of the Jets and company of our friends. What Woody doesn't understand is that NOT everyone owns a company like Johnson & Johnson and have a cushy job as president of the Robert Wood Foundation and have 1/2 billion dollars in his piggy bank. Since the Jets marketing guys are asking what price we will pay for a PSL, reduce the PSL seats by 50% and the club seats by 2
  11. Making the playoffs is great but that is not going to cause fans to pay $5k, $10K, or $20k to buy a psl seat and at least another $1,500 for season seats. When the Jets reach the Superbowl, I'm sure we will take a second look at these prices. Then the speculators will buy before the diehard fan will.
  12. I want to pick up season tickets for 2010 but still waiting for PSL prices and ticket prices to go down. If I buy the psl seats and stretch the payments to 15 years, that is an additional 8% finance charge. Is Woody going to let the new stadium be half -empty when it opens? At this point, I will be sitting home and watch the games on TV. What are you guys and gals doing? Bluecollar Joe
  13. I asked about price increase in the future. THere will be increases. The prices will go up an estimated 7% annually. For example,the $195 ticket price for 2010 will be increased by $13.65 to $209, then increased by $14.65 to $224 in 2012. By the fifh year, as this is escalated every year, all of us sitting in the club corner will pay $256 per ticket. And this 7% can be higher or lower depending how quickly the stadium costs are paid off. And if you decide to sell your seat, you may not get the price you paid earlier. Look at it this way, if the Jets can't sell it today with all their mar
  14. i asked about price increase in the future. The prices will go up an estimated 7% annually. For example,the $195 ticket price for 2010 will be increased by $13.65 to $209, then increased by $14.65 to $224 in 2012. By the fifh year, as this is escalated every year, all of us sitting in the club corner will pay $256 per ticket. And this 7% can be higher or lower depending how quickly the stadium costs are pay off. And if you decide to sell your seat, you may not get the price you paid earlier. Look at it this way, if the Jets can't sell it today with all their marketing and advertising, wha
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