New York Jets Suites

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New York Jets Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

The New York Jets will play their 2020 home games without fans at MetLife Stadium as of now. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy stated his 500-person statewide limit for outdoor gathering applies to the NY Jets. The COVID-19 pandemic is changing constantly. We will provide updates if anything changes.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

New York Jets Suite Prices and Details

How much do New York Jets suites cost?

New York Jets suites cost between $10,000-$30,000 for most games. Prices vary based on opponent, day of game, and suite location. On a per ticket basis, the Commissioner's Club suites tend to be the most expensive while the upper level Gold Plus Rewards suites are the least expensive.

How many guests can fit in a Jets suite?

New York Jets suites can hold 12 to 30 guests depending on suite level and location. The Commissioner's Club suites are the smallest suites, with 12 tickets included and an option to purchase 6 additional suite tickets. Most other suites include 24 tickets with a max capacity of 30 suite guests.

Suite Levels at MetLife Stadium

Commissioners Club Suite

12 Tickets
4-6 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Level 3 - President's Circle Suite

18-24 Tickets
0-6 Parking
Catering Available

Level 5 - Hertz Five Star Suite

18-24 Tickets
0-6 Parking
Catering Available

Level 6 - Hertz Gold Plus Rewards Suite

18 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

MetLife Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

New York Jets luxury boxes can be filled with all of your favorite foods, drinks and alcohol in advance. New York Jets suite catering is ordered in advance of the game and not charged until game day. There is no minimum and in-suite catering is optional. No outside food or drinks are allowed.

Parking and Transportation

New York Jets luxury suites at MetLife Stadium typically come with 3 to 6 VIP parking passes. A Jets suite parking pass is clearly labeled. Most will be valid in Lots E, F, and G. Some Jets suite rentals include one 'reserved' parking pass with an assigned spot in close proximity to the stadium.

Safety and Well-being

The New York Jets announced that the 2020 season will be played without spectators at MetLife Stadium until further notice. The staff is working tirelessly to get the stadium safe and ready should the state permit fans later in the season.

Budget

The price a New York Jets suite rental can range from $12,000-$26,000 depending on the opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. NY Jets suite rentals are due the day of purchase. In-suite catering wouldn't be charged until game day and typically averages to about $100 per person.

Club Access

With a New York Jets luxury suite ticket, you have access to the Mezzanine Clubs(United Rentals & Toyota Clubs), located on both sides of MetLife Stadium along the sidelines. Commissioner's Club suites are located within the Commissioner's Club, known as the most prestigious club at Metlife Stadium.

Dress Code

Many New York Jets football fans will be wearing their favorite player’s jersey in the suite, however other luxury box guests will be dressed in business casual attire. We recommend asking the host of your suite on expectations. Note that NY Jets suites do include coat closets for convenience.

Venue Bag Policy

New York Jets luxury suite guests are welcome to carry-in the following items into MetLife Stadium: Clear bags that are 12" x 6" x 12" or less in size (1 bag per person). Small purses/handbags (clutch-type bags) that are 4.5" x 6.5" or less in size (1 per person). All guests are subject to search.

Entrances

New York Jets suite levels may be accessed by using the VIP entrances on the East and West sides of the stadium, typically corresponding to the location of your parking pass. You will see signs designating the entrances for Jets suite ticket holders that allow you expedited access to your suite.

Child Ticket Policy

Children up to 34" inches in height may enter MetLife Stadium free of charge but must share a seat with an accompanying ticketed adult. All children taller will need a ticket even when attending the game in a New York Jets luxury box. A Jets suite does offer a private environment for families.

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Jets Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The 2020 New York Jets bolster their offense as quarterback, Sam Darnold, enters his third year as the Jets signal-caller. The offseason consisted of adding pieces to the puzzle to help the offense find their groove. It started with their first two draft picks, selecting LT Mekhi Becton and WR Denzel Mims. With an improved offensive line, running back Le’Veon Bell will be seeking another trip to the Pro Bowl. Darnold will have plenty of weapons outside with newly signed Breshad Perriman, Jamison Crowder and Chris Herndon.

For the Jets to get back into the playoffs for the first time since 2010, the defense will also need to improve. Healthy seasons from C.J. Mosely and Avery Williamson will make a major impact while Quinnen Williams and Marcus Maye continue to improve. Jamal Adams is one of the best defenders in the NFL and to help the secondary, the Jets signed CB Pierre... MORE

Past Spotlights

Despite a 4-12 record in 2018, the New York Jets and their fans are feeling good about 2019 and beyond.

The first reason is because it appears the franchise has its long-term quarterback in Sam Darnold. The rookie out of USC averaged 231 yards in 13 games and had a respectable 17 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.

The second reason is because former Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell signed a free agent deal with the Jets after sitting out the 2018 season instead of playing for Pittsburgh on the franchise tag.

With two major skill positions on offense taken care of, New York took Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams with the third pick in the NFL Draft. Many considered Williams to be the best overall player in the 2019 draft class.

Adam Gase takes over for Todd Bowles as head coach. Gase coached the Dolphins for three seasons, leading Miami to the playoffs once.

It’s a long road to dethrone New England as the long-time kings of the AFC East, but the Jets believe they have laid the groundwork to improve quickly in the years to come.

The Jets also unveiled new uniforms to the fans who will be attending home games at MetLife Stadium this season. They are a brighter green and feature all-green helmets, similar to the 1980s and early 1990s teams. If you’re coming to the Meadowlands to see Gang Green in person, see the Jets in style in a suite. MetLife Stadium’s suites are located on four separate levels of the stadium, including some located right behind the teams’ benches.

The Jets’ schedule features three primetime games, and two games apiece with division rivals New England, Miami, and Buffalo. Non-division teams coming to MetLife Stadium this season will be: Cleveland (Monday night game), Dallas, cross-town rival New York Giants, Oakland, and Pittsburgh Besides AFC East foes, road matchups are with the following teams: Philadelphia, Jacksonville, Washington, Cincinnati, and Baltimore.

The rebuilding phase of the New York Jets is now ready to pay dividends in 2018. The Jets extended head coach, Todd Bowles, through the 2020 season. The New York Jets were able to add a lot of talent to the roster during free agency. The Jets managed to sign wide receiver, Terrelle Pryor Sr. Which will give new offensive coordinator, Jeremy Bates, a solid core of receivers in Pryor, Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse and Quincy Enunwa to help run his West Coast offense. The Jets also signed former Vikings QB, Teddy Bridgewater and resigned last year’s starter, Josh McCown. The Jets also got a boost to their running game by adding Isaiah Crowell to the backfield.

The most important move for the Jets came in the draft, selecting USC quarterback Sam Darnold third overall after trading up from #6 a month earlier. Darnold may or may not start in 2018, but the Jets believe they have finally found their quarterback of the future. Depending on the performance and health of Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater, Darnold has a real shot at seeing the field in 2018. 

The offseason wasn’t just about the offense, the Jets have plenty to be excited about defensively. The Jets signed arguably the top cornerback on the market in Trumaine Johnson. Johnson will pair up with Morris Claiborne, Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye in the secondary.

The Jets share MetLife Stadium with the New York Giants. Besides football, MetLife Stadium will also be putting on several concerts including Beyoncé & Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Ed Sheeran and Kenny Chesney. New York Jets suites at MetLife Stadium vary in price and capacity. MetLife Stadium suite levels include the Commissioners Club, Hertz President's Circle, Hertz Five Star and the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards level. The Commissioners Club is the most exclusive suite level in MetLife Stadium and it's also the closest level to the field. The President's Circle suites are right above the 100-level seating sections. Above the 200-level seating sections, are the Five Star and Gold Plus Rewards levels. Amenities in the President's Circle and Five Star levels are very similar. The biggest differences are the numbers of rows up from the field you are. The main difference with a Gold Plus Rewards suite is that these are going to be enclosed and won't have exterior seating. A Jets suite rental will include VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, private entry into MetLife Stadium, HD-TVs and a dedicated suite attendant.