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BTW Jets PSL reps did not highly advertise this but you can downgrade to newly reduced 2.5K sections. Jets senior managment made this statement in an article in Saturday's Newsday.

Those sections go on sale to general public at 10am today and after that only ****ty seasts will be left in the 2.5k seats.

If I was in the 5k LL EZ sections close to the newly reduced 2.5k sections or back row Mezz a one row from Mezz B I would get on phone now and MOVE. Not worth it if you have decent seats in section. But is worth is 100% for at least 20% of people in those sections.

It can be a huge difference. Lets say you bought two LL EZ seats for 10K with 10% down you have a balance of 9k. Move over a few seasts and your new balance is only 4k. Heck you can move to five year plan from 15 year plan easily and save ten years of payments.

Move now!!!! cause after ten am they will still be plenty of ****ty seats left in these sections but none you will want to move to.

Reps are counting on the fact you don't find out or find out after this after ten am today when good seats are gone. Reps don't want to do this as they lose 50% of your commission.

Jets are trying to do right thing but reps are sales people and they are also trying to do the right thing for themselves.

For those who watch Lost it is kinda like Jacob and his brother.

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Thanks for the continuing info on this- I was just sent a e-mail from hte Jets again today to purchase season tickets based on the new pricing. Already have my one ticket through a friend.

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Jets slash prices on 18,000 PSLs

Originally published: June 11, 2010 11:36 AM

Updated: June 11, 2010 9:27 PM

By NEIL BEST neil.best@newsday.com

Photo credit: Getty Images | The Jets have slashed prices by as much as $5,000 for 18,000 personal seat licenses at the new Meadowlands Stadium. (Jan. 9, 2010)


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Facing a deadline now a mere three months away, the Jets Friday took their boldest step yet toward what so far has been an elusive goal: to sell out their new stadium by opening night.

They drastically cut prices on personal seat licenses for about 18,000 seats in slow-moving sections - about half of which were unsold as of Thursday.

The Jets had said previously there would not be further price reductions, but owner Woody Johnson said the move was motivated by the team's top priority.

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"I think we're staying with the plan from Day One, which is to be sold out by opening day," he said. "We thought to ensure that happens we wanted to do this aggressive price cut."

The affected sections are the lower sideline, lower end zone and mezzanine end zone, areas where the vast majority of unsold PSLs are located. (The Jets did not sell PSLs for seats in the upper deck.)

The end zone PSLs will go from $5,000 to $2,500 and the lower sideline will be reduced from $15,000 to $10,000.

(An earlier cut on some seats in the corners improved sales in those sections.)

Fans who already bought PSLs in those sections will be refunded the difference between prices. And those in more expensive sections will have an opportunity to downgrade to the newly priced areas.

Johnson stressed there is "absolutely no relationship" between PSL sales, which are designated for financing the stadium, and the Jets' ability to pay players.

"There really isn't," he said. "We were in that old stadium for 10 years prior to this and I never had a problem paying players. The PSLs are related to the financing of the building.

"Trying to derive a link between one thing and the other makes no sense."

But won't lowering the revenue from PSLs make paying for the stadium more difficult?

"We're in great shape regardless," Johnson said. "We wanted to do this to make sure we're completely sold out on opening day."

The Yankees and Mets struggled to sell out in their first seasons in new stadiums in 2009 and adjusted prices after the buildings opened. The Jets are determined to have all that resolved before the lights go on.

They have promised that regardless there will be no games blacked out on local television.

The Giants have said for several months they have about 1,500 club seats left to sell.

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