The New York Jets were established in 1960 as an original member of the American Football League. It was as part of the AFL that the Jets made their mark in football history, when they faced off with the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl. Legendary Jets quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed victory that game and delivered on that promise, that guarantee is still talked every time another athlete attempts to follow suit. The Jets joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, and now play in the AFC Eastern Division.
Beginning in 2010, the Jets will play their home games at the new $1.4 billion stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. While fans were initially excited for the prospects of a new stadium, after the team announced their new Personal Seat License policy, that excitement turned to anger. Fans began to lash out at the team, holding rallies over the prospects of having to pay extra just for the right to buy season tickets. It remains to be seen how successful the PSLs will be for the Jets.
An order from Governor Phil Murphy limiting events to a total of 500 or fewer fans in the state of New Jersey means that the New York Giants and New York Jets – who both play at Metlife Stadium in the Garden State – will be playing in front... Read more
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the health and economic status of millions, NFL teams have been increasingly doing their part to help by offering relief to season ticket holders facing renewals. Now, several more teams based in the hard-hit Northeast have thrown their hats into the ring... Read more
The World Series took the No. 1 selling spot for the second day in a row as the Washington Nationals vs. Houston Astros series kicks off tonight. According to Ticket Club sales data, the series took the top four spots on Monday’s best-sellers. One of Rod Stewart’s Las Vegas... Read more
With the NFL’s first regular season weekend in the books, stories are rolling in from around the country of frustrated fans and long lines as the league and its main primary ticketing provider – Ticketmaster – shake out the bugs of their new “safetix” mobile-entry (and only mobile) ticketing... Read more
This holiday weekend will have people ready to make the transition from spring to fall, as seasonal favorite events like NFL games and state fairs release various tickets. Saturday’s general sale listings are highlighted by the Illinois State Fair and the many big-name concerts heading to the fairgrounds later... Read more
The NBA Eastern and Western Conference Finals were the four best-selling events yesterday — with the game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics taking the No. 1 spot — according to sales data from Ticket Club. Following Cleveland and Boston’s home games are the matches between the Golden... Read more
The NBA Conference Finals have begun, and the home games between the Boston Celtics and the Cleveland Cavaliers took the top three spots on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Last night, Boston defeated Cleveland 108 – 83, and tomorrow night, the pair will... Read more
The New York Jets are facing a lawsuit from a group of season ticket holders, filed on Friday in New Jersey. The suit stems from a recent decision by the team to allow season tickets to the mezzanine section at MetLife Stadium to be purchased without Personal Seat Licenses... Read more
At the Number One spot today is the Knicks vs. 76ers game at Madison Square Garden on Christmas Day, followed directly by a 2018 Taylor Swift show at the Rose Bowl and a Real Madrid vs. Barcelona rivalry matchup this weekend. Other popular sporting events include the NHL Winter... Read more
Both of boxing’s biggest fights took the top 2 spots on yesterday’s TicketNetwork Top 20. Today, Mayweather-McGregor stole the top spot while Alvarez-Golovkin slipped all the way to the bottom of the list at No. 19. Even the May-Mac Weigh-In on Friday night before Saturday’s fight did better, taking... Read more