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Woody says he will NOT raise ticket prices


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I guess if you figured that there are 8 home games per season that presumably are sold out at 70,000 seats. Let's say the average ticket price is $150, so that would pull in about $75 million per season (not including preseason or home playoff games, which, if I recall, we haven't seen since the Jets beat the Colts in the Wildcard round in 2002, which is just over half of the salary cap. In other words, the Jets and every other team get a supermajority of their money through TV deals, licensing and merchandise, so not raising ticket prices isn't that big of a deal.

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