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Where To Buy 2019 Jets Tickets

Single-game and season tickets are available on the Jets website, and new this season, single-game tickets will be available via mobile only, according to the team. 

Fans interested in season tickets can contact the Jets by phone, e-mail or through chat on the team website. Season ticket holders have access to many perks, including priority access to other events at MetLife Stadium, merchandise discounts, food, beverage and merchandise credits and discounted tickets for single games. 

Single-game tickets are available via Ticketmaster, and seats remain for all home games. The Jets went totally mobile for single-game tickets for the 2019 season, and fans can manage their tickets on the Jets mobile app, which is presented by M&T Bank through both the Apple and Google Play stores. Detailed instructions for how to use the app are available here. 

On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Jets tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. 

How Much Are 2019 Jets Tickets

On the primary market, the cheapest tickets start at $55 and $58, respectively, for the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders games. Seats are in the 300 sections.

At MetLife Stadium, fans will pay a premium to see the Patriots, but the game with the highest average asking price on the secondary market is the October 13 Dallas Cowboys game, which is trending at $277. The cheapest Jets home game this season will cost fans an average of $151 to see the Miami Dolphins on December 8. Four of the Jets’ eight home games have current average asking prices of more than $200. 

The season average asking price for a Jets ticket on the secondary market is $167, which ranks No. 22 across the NFL, and down from $175 last season. The priciest ticket in the NFL is $777 for a New England Patriots home game. 

Prices For All Jets Home Games On the 2019 Schedule

September 8 vs. Buffalo Bills

The second cheapest game of the season, the Jets and Bills have a fairly long-standing rivalry that was fueled earlier this decade when coach Rex Ryan left the Jets for the Bills. Both members of the AFC East, the teams play twice a year, and the Bills hold a 62-55 all-time series advantage, though the teams went 1-1 last season. 

September 16 vs. Cleveland Browns

This game is the fourth cheapest at MetLife Stadium, and one of four this season that fans can get into for under $200. The Browns and Jets have played only 26 times since 1970, and the Browns have a slight all-time advantage, 14-12, including winning last year, 21-17, on September 20. That win snapped a five-game Jets’ win streak. 

October 13 vs. Dallas Cowboys

The priciest game on the secondary market, the Cowboys don’t get to New York too often. The last time the Jets hosted the Cowboys was September 11, 2011. The Jets have won the last two, but the Cowboys hold a 7-4 all-time series advantage. 

October 21 vs. New England Patriots

Both members of the AFC East, the Patriots have dominated this rivalry in recent years, winning the last six consecutive. The teams have been in the same division since both entered the AFL in 1960, and the rivalry, like all Boston-New York rivalries is fierce. The $238 average asking price is the third highest of the season, but could certainly rise if both teams play well early. This is a Monday Night Football game.

November 10 vs. NewYork Giants

This cross-town rivalry is a treat for New Yorkers, as the teams play only once every four years because they are in different conferences. Demand has pushed the average asking price to No. 2 for a Jets home game. The Giants lead the all-time series, 8-5, but the Jets won the last game, on December 6, 2015, 23-20.The game is essentially a “home game” for both teams, as they share a stadium. 

November 24 vs.Oakland Raiders

Earlier this decade, the Jets and Raiders spent a lot of time playing each other, as they met five times between 2002-03, due to playing post-season games against each other both seasons. The Raiders won the last two meetings, both in Oakland. Tickets for this game are the third cheapest of the season. 

December 8 vs. Miami Dolphins

The cheapest game of the season, the Jets and Dolphins are both in the AFC East, but in recent years, the rivalry aspect of the game has fizzled. The teams have played consistently since 1966 and the Jets hold a 54-51-1 all-time series advantage. The Dolphins won the last meeting, 13-6, on November 4, 2018.

December 22 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers have long dominated this rivalry, but fans are still excited to see Ben Rothelisberger and his crew back at MetLife Stadium. The teams last played at the Jets in 2014, and the Jets won that game. But the Steelers paid the Jets back in 2016, winning 31-13, in Pittsburgh. The game has a $228 average asking price, and is one of four that will cost fans $200 or more.

TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Paciolan. For an overview of the 2019 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.<

MetLife Stadium Seating Chart + Section, Row & Seat Number Info


The 100-level sections include center sections 109, 110, 111A, 111C, 112 to 114, 115C, 115A, 116, and 117; corner sections 104, 106, 108, 118, 121, 123, 129, 131, 146, and 148; and end-zone sections 101, 103, 124, 126, 128, and 149. The club seats in these sections are 111c, 112 to 114, and 115c.

The plaza level includes center sections 134 to 143 and corner sections 133 and 144; section 139 is the club section in the plaza level.

The 200-level sections include center sections 210 to 217 and 235 to 242; corner sections 204, 205a, 206a, 207a, 207c, 208, 209, 218, 219, 220c, 220a, 221a, 222a, 230a, 231a, 232a, 232c, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245c, 245a, 246a, 247a, and 248; and end-zone sections 201, 202a, 202b, 203a, 203b, 223, 224a, 224b, 225a, 225b, 226, 227a, 227b, 228a, 228b, 229, 249a, 249b, 250a, and 250b. Suites 205b, 222b, 230b, and 246b are also found on the 200 level. The club seats in these sections are 207c, 208 to 219, and 220c.

The 300 level of MetLife Stadium has center sections 310 to 317 and 335 to 342; corner sections 304 to 309, 318 to 322, 331 to 334, and 343 to 347; and end-zone sections 301 to 303, 323 to 330, and 348 to 350.


The 100 sections of the lower bowl have as many as 48 rows. The 200 sections have up to 15 rows. Seats in the 300 sections have to 26 rows.


Seats in each row start with No. 1 and that seat is the one closest to the previous section. For example, in section 134, seat No. 1 would be the seat closest to section 133. The average section in the 100 level has between 14 and 30 seats per row. The average section in the 200 level has 24 seats per row. In the 300 sections, there are up to 31 seats per row. 



MetLife Stadium offers ADA assistance from the parking lot to the seating area. The drop-off and pick-up area for guests with disabilities is located near Lot C, which is adjacent to the Verizon Gate. The Guest Services Booths/Concierge Desks are found at the following locations:

Plaza Level: Inside of SAP, Verizon, MetLife, and Pepsi Gates

General Concourses: Sections 124, 149, 227, 249, 303, 324, 328, and 349

Club/Suites: Near elevators


The stadium does not offer many shaded seats, but there are some sections that tend to have shade during games played at MetLife Stadium. The last 10 rows of the corner 100 sections are good choices. In addition, the last few end zone rows in the 200 sections can be shaded. The last seven rows of the 300 sections can also get shade during some Jets and Giants games.


MetLife Stadium offers a variety of club and premium seating options, including many with air conditioning, concierge service, and access to food and beverage. Below is a look at club and premium seating. For more detail and views on Club and Premium Seating options, visit the stadium site.

EY Coaches Club

Free food and non-alcoholic beverages are just a couple of the amenities of the EY Coaches Club, which is found on the plaza level through the Bud Light Gate. In addition to having a private, on-field deck behind the bench, fans get the opportunity to see the players leave the locker room before taking the field.

MetLife 50 Club

Also found on the plaza level (access through MetLife Central) is the MetLife 50 Club. This club also includes free food and non-alcoholic beverages and seats at the 42-yard lines. In addition, fans get the opportunity to stand just yards behind the visitors’ bench as well as having complimentary free VIP parking.

United Rentals Club and Toyota Club

Both clubs are found on the 200 Concourse. The United Rentals Club is accessed through the East VIP Entrance and is found in Section 208 while the Toyota Club is accessed through the West VIP Entrance and is in Section 244. 


MetLife Stadium has more than 200 suites, and suites can be utilized for small gatherings of 12 or large parties with as many as 30 people. There are three suite levels: levels 3, 5, and 6. Suites are also found on the level with the 100 sections.

Which side is the New York Giants or New York Jets Bench on?

The Giants and Jets benches are directly in front of the EY Coaches Club (sections 111c, 112 to 114, and 115c).

What’s the best way to tailgate at MetLife Stadium?

According to the MetLife Stadium website, parking lots typically open five hours prior to an event for tailgating. Unfortunately, the use of grills and other heating devices are not allowed in the parking decks. Saving parking spaces is not be allowed either. Groups desiring to tailgate together should plan to meet in advance and arrive together. The following are also not permitted: tents or canopies exceeding 8-foot by 8-foot and vehicles measuring more than 18 feet in length and/or 8 feet in width.

What is the mobile ticketing policy at MetLife Stadium?

Mobile ticketing is available for many MetLife Stadium events. The New York Jets offer a step-by-step guide to mobile ticketing, and the New York Jets and New York Giants apps are available through the App Store or Google Play Store.