MetLife Stadium

"Arguably, the best seats in the stadium!"

Seat Review From Section 123, Row 1, Seats 1-3
May 2014

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First, please note we own these seats. Information and pictures can be found at www.nyj1.com
These seats are on the Jets Tunnel. We have been able to talk with players, celebrities, cheerleaders, get autographs, high-fives, and of course, have a great views of the game. We have 9 seats in total, First row, Second Row, and Third Row. Each row has an aisle seats and a Tunnel Seat. Truly a great and unique experience for any Jets fan.

Best for... watching the game, bringing the family, being close to the action, impressing a guest

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