The New York Giants average ticket price for regular season NFL games has fluctuated over the past six seasons. The largest price increase came in the 2012 season with a 71% increase and an average ticket price of $210. The largest price decrease came in the 2013 season with a 27% decrease. The average ticket price for the 2016 Giants regular season is currently at $194, which is a 13% increase compared to the 2015 season.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
2016 Giants Season Preview
The 2016 New York Giants schedule is set and the Giants are once again searching for the same success that they had in the 2011 Super Bowl. The Giants finished third in the NFC East in 2015 with a record of 6-10 and haven’t been to the playoffs since 2011. The 2016 Giants season will be the team’s first season with head coach Ben McAdoo. The Giants offense for the 2016 season should be promising with former Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning as their starting quarterback and wide receiver Victor Cruz returns after missing most of the 2014 and all of the 2015 season. The Giants defense is hoping to improve after the addition of their first round 2016 NFL draft pick, cornerback Eli Apple. TicketCity is the place to go for New York Giants tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Giants at MetLife Stadium, or supporting New York on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New York Giants tickets, including home and away games.
New York Giants Football at MetLife Stadium Address: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, New Jersey, 07073
The Giants play their home games at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants and the New York Jets moved into MetLife Stadium together in 2010 after spending the previous years sharing Giants Stadium. MetLife Stadium holds more than 82 thousand screaming fans. When at MetLife Stadium, look for the Legacy Club, which features memorabilia from moments throughout Giant history. The New York Giants home bench is on the MetLife Stadium sideline with sections 109-117. MetLife Stadium parking is covered in our Giants event guide.
Rated in the top 10 greatest rivalries by the NFL Network, these two teams have met over 150 times and have combined for 10+ NFL championships. Due to close proximity between the two teams and playing in the same division, it is not a surprise that this has become such an intense matchup. These two teams first met in 1933 and continue to battle for division supremacy on a yearly basis.
The oldest rivalry in the NFC East dates back to 1932 with over 155 meetings in that span. These two teams have combined for 13+ division championships and over 10 NFL championships. With both teams facing each other two times a year, this rivalry will only continue to get better.
The two most successful franchises in the NFC East, these two teams have won 8+ Super Bowls and 25+ division titles. This rivalry dates back to 1960 and with over 100 games between the two; this rivalry has quickly become one of the best in the NFL.
It is only natural for two teams that share the same stadium to have an intense rivalry. These two teams may not play each other on a yearly basis, but bragging rights in the city that they play is always up for grabs. With the legacy both teams have had in the NFL, the Giants vs. Jets rivalry won't slow down anytime soon.
Giants in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and the NFL Playoffs
The Giants were one of the most successful franchises before the AFL-NFL merger and they have continued that high-standard since. With multiple Super Bowl championships, over 10 conference championships, and 30+ playoff appearances, the Giants' accolades can top almost every organization in the NFL. The Giants will only continue to add to their legacy.
2015 New York Giants Season Preview
The New York Giants struggled last season, posting their 2nd losing season in a row. One of the biggest areas of concern for the Giants coming into the 2015 season, is about the offensive line. New York’s O-line was one of the worst in the league in 2014, aiding the decline in play of 2 time Super Bowl winning quarterback Eli Manning. The Giants spent special attention to try and sure up that offensive line for 2015, by drafting highly touted offensive tackle prospect Ereck Flowers out of Miami. The edition of Flowers should help give Eli Manning time to find open receivers in 2015, and give superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham a chance to show off his playmaking ability. Victor Cruz is also expected to return from an injury plagued season in 2014, giving the New York Giants one of the best receiver duo’s in the NFL. The 2015 New York Giants should be much more competitive than last year, and could surprise many by challenging the Cowboys and Eagles for the NFC East crown.
2014 New York Giants Season Preview
The New York Giants had two separate seasons in 2013. The first was a disaster that even sparked rumors about the firing of head coach Tom Coughlin. The second put the Giants close to the top of the pack in the NFC East. The Giants will be looking to build on the second half of the season and have brought in some new talent at the skill positions to help them get there. Rashad Jennings will be the starting running back as the season gets underway, and the G-men also picked up Andre Williams in the draft. David Wilson had to retire due to injury and Andre Brown has moved on, so both backs will need to put up some production for Eli Manning’s passing offense has a chance to succeed. Mario Manningham was brought in at WR, and the Giants used their first-round pick on Odell Beckham to be the next Victor Cruz in New York. The Giants are starting the season in Detroit before coming home for two games against the Cardinals and Texans. Other big home games include contests with the Falcons, Colts, 49ers, Cowboys and Eagles in Week 17. The biggest away games will be at Dallas and the reigning Super Bowl champions Seattle.
2013 New York Giants Season Preview
After failing to make the playoffs in 2012, the Giants look poised to return this season behind a potent offensive attack. Though longtime running back Ahmad Bradshaw and tight end Martellus Bennett are both gone, the offense shouldn't miss a beat. Eli Manning is still piloting the attack under center, and both Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks will return as the starting receivers. David Wilson, the Giants' first round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, should see an increase in playing time and could be a difference maker for New York. With the 19th overall selection in the NFL Draft, the Giants fortified their offensive line by snapping up Syracuse lineman Justin Pugh. With a talented offense and Jason Pierre-Paul to anchor the defense, the Giants have their sights set high for the 2013 season.
2011 New York Giants Season Preview
The New York Giants fell short of their goal last year, missing out on the playoffs despite a 10-6 record. With many of the same players back this year, the Giants will be facing a lot of pressure to return to the postseason in what will be a highly-competitive NFC East. Eli Manning has led the Giants to a Super Bowl victory, but his inconsistency and at-times questionable judgment have made him subject to scrutiny. Still, he has a young and talented receiving corps headlined by Hakeem Nicks and Mario Manningham as well as tight end Travis Beckum. The backfield of Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs has been effective in the past, and head coach Tom Coughlin will be looking for more of the same. The defense has the pieces in place to dominate opposing teams, but whether or not it lives up to potential remains to be seen. The defensive line is led by second-year end Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck, both of whom can put substantial pressure on the quarterback. Linebackers Michael Boley and Jonathan Goff will have to step it up, but the secondary of Antrelle Rolle, Kenny Phillips and rookie Prince Amukamara will likely be solid.
2010 New York Giants Season Preview
After they got off to a 5-0 start last season, the New York Giants disappointed down the stretch and missed the postseason after finishing a mediocre 8-8. Fans will be expecting a quick turnaround, as much of the same team returns and they have the pieces in place to make a run at the playoffs. Quarterback Eli Manning had a career year in 2009, with more than 4,000 yards passing and 27 touchdowns. However, he'll have to cut down on his interceptions this year. While Manning certainly has a stable of talented receivers around him including Steve Smith, Mario Manningham and Sinorice Moss, he is sorely missing a go-to number one target. Second-year man Hakeem Nicks has the skills to be just that, but it remains to be seen if he has the will. Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw will split the carries in the backfield, after a disappointing 2009 for both of them. By any standards, the Giants defensive performance down the stretch last season was dreadful. In three of their last four games, opponents eclipsed the 40 point mark. New York has a revamped solid defensive line, highlighted be ends Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck, that should put significant pressure on opposing quarterbacks. The Giants secondary got abused last year, but the addition of Antrel Rolle at safety will help fill any holes.
2009 New York Giants Season Preview
The New York Giants enter 2009 as once again one of the top teams in the NFL. The Giants will have a great shot at winning the tough NFC East and are a solid contender to win the entire NFC. Coach Tom Coughlin has an experienced team that is only one season removed from winning a Super Bowl title. Eli Manning returns to lead the offense that should be even better than 2008 if they can avoid the injury bug and find a replacement for troubled wide out Plaxico Burress. The NY Giants defense will be very good in 2009. The defense line is anchored by Osi Umenyiora, Justin Tuck and new acquisition Chris Canty. Antonio Pierce leads the Giants linebacking crew and Aaron Ross is the class of the secondary. Trips to East Rutherford to face the Giants will not be easy for any team. Look for New York to make another run at the Super Bowl in 2009 and don't be surprised if they wind up with another ring.
2008 New York Giants Season Preview
The New York Giants are one of the up and coming great football teams and one of the most exciting to watch in the NFL this season. After capable showing in the 2007 season, the Giants look to their franchise quarterback Eili Manning to lead them into a new era of success and hopefully back to a Super Bowl. Giants Stadium will be teeming with loud and tough New York fans this coming season to root for the best team in New York to make a big playoff run and keep improving.
New York Giants - 12/2/2016
The Giants are currently on a six-game winning streak and Giants safety, Landon Collins, has earned the NFC Defensive Player of the Month award. Collins had 30 tackles, a sack, and three interceptions for the month of November.
New York Giants - 11/11/2016
Giants running back Victor Cruz has had to sit out from practice this week due to an ankle injury. The injury isn’t considered severe and Cruz is hoping to play during Monday’s game against the Bengals.