New York Giants Decide Against Raising Ticket Prices at Metlife

The cost of New York Giants’ tickets at Metlife Stadium will remain the same for the fourth consecutive season, the National Football League team told season ticketholders.

Parking was raised $5 to $30 per game at the stadium, the team said yesterday in an e-mail to fans.

Season-ticket holders were told that the team has started preparations for the 2013 season “with the objective of returning to the playoffs.” The Giants, who were 9-7 and missed the playoffs last season, won the 2008 and 2012 Super Bowls.

The Giants will host Dallas, Washington, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Seattle, Denver and Oakland this season.

“Thank you once again for your enthusiastic and loyal support of the New York Football Giants,” the team said in the e-mail. “We look forward to seeing you at MetLife Stadium in 2013.”

The Giants hosted the first NFL regular-season game held at Metlife Stadium against the Carolina Panthers, winning 31-18 on Sept. 12, 2010. The Giants share the stadium with the New York Jets.

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