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Suite Levels at MetLife Stadium

President's Circle Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity
6 Parking

President's Circle suites are on the lowest suite level (Level 3) at MetLife Stadium. A Level 3 suite will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Guests have an... MORE

Five Star Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity
6 Parking

Five Star Suites are considered the middle suite level. A suite on this level for a Giants game will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional... MORE

Gold Plus Rewards Suite

18 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

Gold Plus Rewards suites are on the third suite level at MetLife Stadium. Most 6th level suites include 18 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional tickets... MORE

Commissioner's Club Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
6 Parking

Commissioner's Club Suites are the most luxurious of all suites at MetLife Stadium. They are located just 32 rows from the field and feature amazing views of the... MORE

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New York Jets Suite Prices

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Suite pricing typically ranges from $8,000-$16,000 for New York Jets games. Prices vary based on opponent, day of game, and suite location. Traditionally, New York Jets suites are less expensive than New York Giants suites. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at MetLife Stadium vary widely based on the type of event.

New York Jets Spotlight

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.

Past Spotlights

The New York Jets had a very strong 2017 NFL draft. Their first two selections, safety Jamal Adams and safety Marcus Maye, will drastically improve their defense. With the defensive-minded Todd Bowles prioritizing defensive improvements, the Jets certainly fast-tracked this rebuild. Both Adams and Maye are fantastic playmakers with elite potential. The strength of the Jets' defense lies on their defensive line. Sheldon Richardson, Leonard Williams, and Muhammad Wilkerson are immensly talented. If this trio can stay healthy and produce, the Jets should have a very exciting defense in 2017. On offense, the Jets signed Quarterback Luke McCown to be their starting quarterback. But perhaps more importantly, McCown will serve as a mentor to young quarterbacks Geno Smith, Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty. The Jets are optimistic they will find their future franchise quarterback among this group. Veterans Eric Decker and Matt Forte return as household names with proven NFL track records. 

In 2017, the New York Jets will welcome the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers and Los Angeles Chargers to MetLife Stadium

Suites and Special Events: A New York Jets suite at MetLife Stadium offers a private, climate-controlled environment with plenty of luxury seating. Entertain your most important clients, reward employees, or celebrate with family and friends while taking in a Jets game at the modern MetLife Stadium. MetLife Stadium suites are organized on three premium levels: President’s Circle, Five Star, and Gold Plus. Most suites at MetLife Stadium will include 24 tickets, 6 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to MetLife stadium clubs, a dedicated suite attendant, and a private restroom. In 2017, MetLife Stadium will also play host to Monster Jam, U2, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, and the International Champions Cup (Juventus vs. FC Barcelona).

Offense: Last season was a surprise for the New York Jets, they went 10-6 when noone was expecting such a strong year.  After narrowly missing the playoffs the Jets are extremely motivated to make a deep run.  The only question is who will be their quarterback? After an extremely strong 2015 in which he passedfor 3905 yards and threw for 31 touchdowns, Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets have had a hard time getting a new deal done.  In all likely the two sides will come together and move forward, but if not young West Virginia product Geno Smith is waiting in the wings.  Geno Smith had two solid seasons in 2013 and 2014 but the jets felt like he needed a year on the bench so he is more than capable of coming in and contributing.  Whoever the quarterback is, he will definitely have two high level weapons in Erick Decker and Brandon Marshall.  Marshall had an awesome season after being traded for a fifth round pick as he finished with 109 receptions, over 1500 yards and 14 touchdowns.  While Decker was not quite as productive as the All-Pro Brandon Marshall he was one of the best second options in the league.  In the backfield the Jets signed former Chicago Bear Matt Forte who is one of the most versatile players in the league.  Last year in the Chicago Bears offense Forte rushed for just under 900 yards and caught 44 passes for 389 yards.  Forte should enjoy running behind All-Pro center Nick Mangold. The offense will undoubtedly be an exciting unit that uses the entire field. 

Defense: The biggest reason the Jets were one of the better teams in the league last year was their defense which finished 9th in the league in points allowed at 19.6.  The studs of their defense are All-Pro's Muhammad Wilkerson and Darrelle Revis.  Wilkerson's 12 sacks demonstrate exactly how effective he was in 2015.  He lives in opposing backfields, which helps take pressure off of the Jets defensive backs.  The leader of that group is clearly Darrelle Revis who recorded 5 interceptions and is still one of the best cornerbacks in the league despite being 30.  Young prospects Linebacker Darron Lee and Defensive tackle Leonard Williams give the Jets defense a ton of potential and if they take big step forward so will this defense.  However the young guns play this will be an excellent defense.

 

Schedule: Next season, the New York Jets will welcome the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, Cincinatti Bengals, Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams and Indianapolis Colts.

Suites and Special Events: You can watch one of these games from a MetLife Stadium private suite. A Jets suite at MetLife Stadium is a unique, once in a lifetime sports experience. Jets’ suites offer a climate-controlled environment, private setting for your most important clients, employees, family, and friends. A Jets luxury box are set across three premium levels: President’s Circle, Five Star, and Gold Plus. Most suites at MetLife Stadium will include 24 tickets, 6 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to MetLife stadium clubs, a dedicated suite attendant, private restroom, in-suite catering options, premium seating, and HDTV’s. In 2016, Metlife Stadium will be hosting the COPA America Soccer Tournament Quarterfinals and Finals, Coldplay, Guns N Roses, the FC Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid soccer game, Kenny Chesney and Miranda Lambert, Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce's 2016 Formation Tour and the Syracuse vs Notre Dame College Football Game.

The New York Jets missed the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season after finishing last in the AFC East. The Jets finished with a 4-12 record under former head coach, Rex Ryan. Ryan was fired from the Jets in the offseason. The New York Jets enter 2015 with new head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles was the defensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals the past two seasons. The Jets also hired a new General Manager in the offseason. Mike Maccagnan will take over the general manager duties in 2015. Geno Smith will be the front runner for the Jets quarterbacking job out of training camp. Smith started thirteen games last season but has struggled since being drafted in the second round in 2013. Percy Harvin, who was traded to the Jets from the Seattle Seahawks in the middle of the season last year has been released and won't be with the Jets in 2015. The Jets did trade for Brandon Marshall. Marshall was previously with the Bears. Eric Decker who had 74 receptions last year will be the other starting receiver for the Jets. Chris Ivory led the Jets in rushing with over 800 yards and 6 touchdowns. One of the Jets’ strengths last season was on the ground, finishing third in rushing offense. Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson led the team with 8 sacks and helped form a tough run defense in 2014. The Jets brought back a familiar face, Darrelle Revis in free agency. Revis is now the highest paid cornerback in the league. The Jets signed Revis to a 5 year deal guaranteeing Revis $39 million. Next season, the New York Jets will welcome the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Browns to MetLife Stadium. You can watch one of these games from a MetLife Stadium private suite. A Jets suite at MetLife Stadium is a unique, once in a lifetime sports experience. Jets’ suites offer a climate-controlled environment, private setting for your most important clients, employees, family, and friends. A Jets luxury box are set across three premium levels: President’s Circle, Five Star, and Gold Plus. Most suites at MetLife Stadium will include 24 tickets, 6 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to MetLife stadium clubs, a dedicated suite attendant, private restroom, in-suite catering options, premium seating, and HDTV’s.

Newly renovated MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey is home to the one of the most historic NFL franchises, the New York Jets. The New York Jets are in the middle of a pre-season quarterback competition between Mark Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith. Head coach Rex Ryan will have a big decision to make in choosing who will lead the Jets offense, while it is no surprise veteran Bart Scott will spearhead the defense. The Jets got off to a great start when they drafted Mark Sanchez. Now, they are doing their best to get back to the top of the AFC East. Key games this season at MetLife include Jets vs. the Patriots, Steelers, and Saints.

Luxury suites at MetLife Stadium are a unique, once in a lifetime sports experience. Suites offer a climate-controlled, private setting for your most important clients, employees, family, and friends. Luxury suites at MetLife Stadium are set across three premium levels: President’s Circle, Five Star, and Gold Plus. Suites include 24 tickets, 6 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, private suite attendant, private restroom, catering options, premium seating, and HDTV’s.

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