New York Jets Lower Prime

The New York Jets Lower Prime includes the best non-club seats available in MetLife Stadium. The MetLife Stadium seating chart shows the Lower Prime sections between the Lower Sideline and West Great Hall Club seating areas on the visitor's side of the field.


New York Jets Lower Prime describes only two sections on the visitor's sideline as the comparable seating locations on the Jets sideline are occupied by the Toyota Coaches Club. Jets Section 137 is placed along the 40 yard line on the south end of the field while Jets Section 140 is on the 40 yard line on the north end of the field. Both Jets Lower Prime sections offer fantastic views of the entire field from the closest vantage point available in MetLife Stadium. While the front rows of the Lower Prime sections command a premium on the secondary market, most fans will likely prefer rows 10 or higher as the closest seats are slightly too close to the field. As the picture below demonstrates, there are cameramen, nets, coolers, TVs, and other on-field obstructions which block the viewing angle for patrons in the single-digit rows anywhere in the MetLife Stadium Lower Prime section.

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 Prime tickets were sold out as part of an attached Personal Seat License used to fund the construction of MetLife Stadium. With a PSL cost of $20,000 per seat, the current season ticket price of $1550 represents a fraction of the true market price for an individual game ticket in the Lower Prime seating area. The team rarely sells any Lower Prime tickets for any single games, so interested buyers should check ticketing websites and secondary market ticket sources for the best prices and availability. Prices range from below $200 for preseason games with unpopular competition to in excess of $600 for competitive division games during a playoff race.

New York Jets Lower Prime

New York Jets Lower Prime
View from the New York Jets Lower Prime
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