The New York Giants will give fans the option of not paying for their season tickets until after the NFL lockout ends, co-owner John...

The New York Giants will give fans the option of not paying for their season tickets until after the NFL lockout ends, co-owner John Mara announced Wednesday, March 16. According to the Star-Ledger newspaper, the team is currently the only NFL team taking such a stance; the New York Jets, which share the new Meadowlands Stadium with the Giants, is taking 50 percent payment now with the rest to be paid once training camp is announced. Payment for the Giants’ season tickets is due May 1, and the team will accept payments by fans who wish to pay. Those fans who do not want to pay until the lockout ends must notify the team by April 30 and authorize a charge to their credit card at a later date.