The New York Giants got started in 1925 when Tim Mara bought them for US$500. He spent an additional US$25,000 to keep the team going before they ended their first season. The NFL was in its infancy at the time and it was believed that New York City needed a team to boost overall fan attendance and national media attention. At time of writing, the team has four Super Bowl wins throughout its history, two of which were won against the New England Patriots.
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Scoring game tickets allows loyal Giants fans to see the action in person, but finding the best vendor for football tickets can sometimes be challenging. We’ve looked at various sources for cheap Giants tickets and have discovered the best places to get your seats at the 82,500-capacity MetLife Stadium.
Ticketmaster tickets come with verification and a guarantee. The risk of fraud is also extremely low due to the fact that the tickets can only be stored on your mobile. Ticket prices for Giants’ home games vary, but there are various options. The following are the lowest priced tickets for the first five home games of the regular season at MetLife Stadium: Giants-Jaguars US$82, Giants-Saints US$106, Giants-Eagles US$109, Giants-Redskins US$100 and Giants-Buccaneers US$73. Fans can choose to add parking to their tickets to allow for an easier process once they get to MetLife Stadium. Expect about 20 percent in fees to be added to the game ticket base cost as well. There’s an option to add insurance onto the tickets that allows fans to request a refund for issues such as problems with traveling to the game or a health problem that prevents them from attending. This is US$7 per ticket when purchased with them or US$15 per ticket separately. Ticketmaster also offers add-ons like parking passes.
StubHub is a similar site to Ticketmaster for buying tickets. The following are the lowest ticket prices with Ticketmaster for the last three home games of the 2018 regular season at MetLife Stadium: Giants-Bears US$77, Giants-Titans US$59 and Giants-Cowboys US$125. The seats chosen and whether any add-ons are purchased along with the tickets determine the overall price. StubHub also adds approximately 30 percent in fees onto the base ticket cost, which is about 10 percent higher than you can expect at Ticketmaster. Fans can opt to add a parking pass onto their Giants’ tickets to make this process easier once they arrive at the field. Unlike Ticketmaster, insurance can’t be purchased to protect the buyer in the event of an unexpected situation causing them to miss the game. So, this is something to consider for those who may have tough schedules or factors that could potentially cause them to be unable to attend.
Season tickets for the New York Giants make it possible for fans to attend every home game. They also make it easier to choose the seats and section that are most preferred to see the players in action. Season tickets range from about US$2,350 to US$4,490, and where in the stadium the seats are influences the overall price. Those who opt to get season tickets instead of individual game tickets have access to various perks: club member entrances, field access before and after games, complementary refreshments following every game, the chance to meet the players and presale opportunities for other events being held at MetLife Stadium. There doesn’t seem to be a waiting list for Giants’ season tickets. The team typically gives precedence to those who hold 2018 season tickets and are wanting to renew their tickets for the 2019 season.
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