The New York Giants were formed in 1925 when owner Tim Mara founded the team with only a $500 investment. While the team has had a turbulent financial history, their football success has been unquestioned. The team has won seven league championships, four NFL Championships prior to the Super Bowl era and three Super Bowls the latest coming in 2007.

Since 1976, the Giants have played in Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, but in 2007, the team broke ground on a new state-of-the-art stadium located right next door. The stadium was built as a 50/50 partnership with co-inhabitant New York Jets, who have shared Giants Stadium since 1984. Controversy has surrounded the new Personal Seat Policy that the Giants have put into place, as many fans have complained that they can no longer afford season tickets.

New York Giants prepare for 2012 season
The New York Giants are looking to add a fifth Super Bowl title to their trophy case and be the first back to back champions since the New England Patriots in 2003-04. On Wednesday, September 5 the Giants kick off the NFL regular season against the Dallas Cowboys home... Read more
CMA Festival, New York Giants tickets on sale this weekend
Tickets for next year’s County Music Association (CMA) Festival, as well as tickets for the New York Giants’ 2010 home football season, are on sale throughout the weekend ending August 23 as compiled by TicketNews. This weekend’s onsales list begins today, August 20, with tickets to catch one of... Read more
New York Giants defend policy of selling single-game ticket without PSLs
The New York Giants, long one of the NFL’s more reliable teams when it comes to ticket sales, this week found itself in the middle of a public relations fumble when it announced its intention to begin selling single-game tickets to all eight home games this season in the... Read more
Bruce Springsteen, New York Giants tickets push Giants Stadium to number one venue
After a few weeks of slowly climbing in the rankings, Giants Stadium in Rutherford, NJ, finally took over the top slot in TicketNews’s exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, September 27. The Stadium is home to the NFL’s New York Giants (at number four in this week’s... Read more
New York Giants tickets and PSLs for 2010 are still available
In March, the NFL’s New York Giants announced that it had “sold all personal seat licenses (PSLs) for non-club seats in the Giants’ new stadium in the Meadowlands.” Those non-club PSLs sold for a low of $1,000 for the Terraces to a high of $20,000 for the Field... Read more
New York Giants and Jets sued by season ticket holder over PSLs
New York Giants and Jets football fan Harold Oshinsky has filed suit against both teams, claiming they are illegally forcing thousands of season-ticket holders to buy personal seat licenses (PSLs) to finance the teams’ new $1.6 billion stadium. Oshinsky has had season tickets to both teams for more than... Read more
Chicago Cubs Spring Training, New York Giants Playoff tickets on sale this week
Tickets for upcoming Chicago Cubs Spring Training games as well as tickets for upcoming play-off appearances from the New York Giants are on sale throughout the week ending January 10 as compiled by TicketNews. The onsales are quite favorable to sports fans this week. On sale Tuesday morning are... Read more
By Alfred Branch, Jr. Ticketmaster, after being contacted by New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo’s office this week, lifted the Florida-only restriction on ticket sales for Sunday’s NFL playoff game between the New York Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The move paves the way for New York... Read more
By Talmadge Harper – TicketNews Staff Writer Ticketmaster’sTicketExchange will remain the exclusive secondary reseller for New York Giants tickets, after the team decided to extend its current contract with the primary ticketer, it announced today in a statement. Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Giants... Read more