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    Quote Originally Posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
    Well you probably realize that all games are sold out so you will be purchasing on the secondary market.. You probably won't find tix for less than $150 per seat. Forget about it if you are trying for a division game, especially Dallas.
    when are they sold out? when do they first sell tickets? sorry but I've never been to a game either.

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    Go to Giants.com and click on tickets etc. Go to :buy tickets and you'll be able to see what tickets go for in each section.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    They've released a few hundred seats on Ticketmaster every year since Metlife opened. They send out an e-mail a day or two before they go on sale and then they sell out quick.

    Usually the inventory is club seats that start at $300 a seat.

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    Wow, I never knew tickets were sold like that. Is it the same everywhere? Sounds like it'd be easier to see them play on the road.

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    Wow, I never knew tickets were sold like that. Is it the same everywhere? Sounds like it'd be easier to see them play on the road.
    Most of the newer stadiums have PSL's. In most other NFL you can find the ticket cheaper. But the money you would spend to travel there would most likely exceed the cost of just buying a home game ticket on the secondary market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
    Most of the newer stadiums have PSL's. In most other NFL you can find the ticket cheaper. But the money you would spend to travel there would most likely exceed the cost of just buying a home game ticket on the secondary market.
    Looks like playas' like me are never going to get to see a Giants game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by egyptian420 View Post
    This is what infuriates me, there is literally no chance to get the tickets before they sell out, then you're forced into buying them at almost twice face value on Stubhub...that's why I couldn't go last year.
    Pay attention to the Giants website. I bought cowboys/giants tickets for opening night through ticketmaster at face value... And for the cowboys game and falcons playoff game the year before.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    Wow, I never knew tickets were sold like that. Is it the same everywhere? Sounds like it'd be easier to see them play on the road.
    Most do PSL's, but most don't do PSL's for the ENTIRE stadium like the Giants do. The Jets, for example, only do PSL's for the bottom two bowls, and the rest are sold as individual game tickets.

    But also keep in mind that different teams have different prices. Guess who the most expensive team in the league is? Yup. You're on their message boards. (And just in case you're wondering, Jets are 2nd most expensive, Saints are 3rd).

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