New York Jets Lower Endzone

The New York Jets Lower Endzone includes ten sections placed on the field level behind each endzone at MetLife Stadium. The MetLife Stadium seating chart shows the Jets Lower Endzone placed between the Lower Endzone Corner on both ends of the field.


New York Jets Lower Endzone seating areas are divided in half with five sections located behind each endzone. The five sections behind the North endzone (listed from west to east) are: Jets Section 148, Jets Section 149, Jets Section 101, Jets Section 103, and Jets Section 104. The five sections behind the South endzone (from west to east) are: Jets Section 123, Jets Section 124, Jets Section 126, Jets Section 128, and Jets Section 129. Due to the design of MetLife Stadium, the section numbering is based on contiguous spacing on the top level of seats. With fewer sections on the lowest levels, MetLife Stadium chose to skip sections to retain the approximate relationship between section number across all levels. Jets Lower Endzone seats provide a fantastic view of the action when the ball is in the close endzone, but fans will be disappointed by the poor views whenever the ball is on the opposite end of the field.

Look at the New York Jets Seating Chart and read additional information on each of the seating options available throughout MetLife Stadium: Jets Toyota Coaches Club, Jets West Great Hall Club, Jets Touchdown Club, Jets Lexus Club, Jets Lower Prime, Jets Lower Sideline Select, Jets Lower Sideline, Jets Lower Goal Line, Jets Lower Touchdown Corner, Jets Lower Endzone Corner, Jets Lower Endzone, Jets Mezzanine Endzone, Jets Family Section, Jets Upper Prime, Jets Upper Sideline, and Jets Upper Endzone.

Jets Lower Endzone tickets were originally sold with attached Personal Seat Licenses as a method to finance construction of (what was then named) New Meadowlands Stadium. With very high renewal rates for season tickets due to the threat of losing the attached PSL, the team offers few tickets for sale for any game. The original cost of the Lower Endzone Personal Seat License was $4000 with current season tickets costing $1250 for a full package of two preseason and eight regular season games. Fans interested in buying MetLife Stadium Lower Endzone tickets for individual games should consult secondary market ticket providers and independent ticket websites for the best availability. Expect to pay under $150 for lightly-attended preseason games and in excess of $300 for popular regular season games.

New York Jets Lower Endzone

New York Jets Lower Endzone
View from the New York Jets Lower Endzone
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