The New York Jets have signed Tim Tebow 5 year contract 20 million dollars, We have season tickets to see the NY Jets at Metlife stadium
That’s if last season’s “Tebow Effect” on secondary market prices in Denver holds up at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium. According to numbers run by TiqIQ, a website that aggregates secondary market ticket prices for sports and other entertainment, the average price for a Broncos game in 2011 jumped to $214.64 by the final game of the season from $182.69 for the opening week. If Tebow duplicates the same 17.6% hike in New York, then fans will fork over $213.29 this season, up from $181.31.
Of course, it all depends on how Tebow does in his battle for playing time with the Jets’ incumbent QB, Mark Sanchez. Maybe Sanchez and the team struggle early, a la Kyle Orton and the Broncos last year, leading for catcalls for Tebow. But maybe not. It’s also possible that the desire to see Tebow in a limited role – possibly a handful off plays per game, similar to the way the Eagles first utilized Michael Vick – would be enough to spur fans to pay more for tickets.
Bet on one thing though: regardless of how much Tebow raises Jets ticket prices this year, Peyton Manning will probably raise them even more in Denver.
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