New York Giants Football Tickets

New York Giants Tickets
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Stadium Rd & W Peripheral Rd
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

About the New York Giants

Don't miss the New York Giants as they go into their next exciting season. With over 80 years of team history, The NY Giants are among the best in their leagues, and are ready for another action-packed year. Grab your tickets now to witness The NY Giants charge onto the gridiron and go head-to-head with other teams as they battle for the right to play in the Super Bowl. Football always draws a huge crowd, and now is your chance to get your tickets below, and see why.

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New York Giants Tickets

When buying tickets for a New York Giants football game, be sure to get your tickets early. Grabbing a seat at the New Meadowlands Stadium can cost some fans a pretty penny, but the average ticket price ranges anywhere from $90-$125 per seat. New York Giants Tickets are available online right here at NYCtourist.com:

Traveling to a NY Giants Game

The New York Giants are well known for the tough action they take to the field.

The New York Giants are well known for the tough action they take to the field.

The New York Giants football team has made several recent renovations to better enhance traveling conditions to their brand new stadium.

  • By Car: if you are driving from the George Washington Bridge: take the New Jersey Turnpike South, then to the Turnpike’s Western spur to either the 16W or 18W exit, both will lead you to the sports complex. From NYC/Eastern areas: take the Lincoln Tunnel and follow signs for Route 3 West which will lead you to the stadium. From North on New Jersey Turnpike: follow the Western spur to the 16W exit. From South Garden State Parkway: follow the Garden State Parkway to exit 163: Route 17 and follow to Patterson Plank Rd East and follow to sports complex. From North Garden State Parkway: follow the Garden State Parkway to exit 153A Route 3, and follow to stadium.
  • By NJ Transit Rail Service: From the Frank P. Lautenberg Station in Secaucus, NJ, hop on the train and travel straight to the Sports Complex Station in just ten minutes. A roundtrip fare is $4.50 and the train begins running three hours prior to the game and ends two hours after the game has ended.
  • By Bus: Coach USA provides extra shuttle service from Port Authority for Giants games only. Roundtrip tickets cost $10 and one-way tickets are just $5. Be sure to remember that this service is only available for New York Giants games.

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History of the New York Giants

In October of 1925, the New York Giants football team was introduced to the nation. Persevering through the Great Depression and World War II, the NY Giants were able to stay afloat while other teams were forced to collapse. With legendary players such as Frank Gifford, Sam Huff, Tiki Barber and Eli Manning, the Giants have brought back seven national championships to their beloved East Coast homeland. The Giants now play at Giants stadium, also known as New Meadowlands Stadium, located in East Rutherford, NJ 07073.

New York Giants Past Team Roster - Can You Guess the Year?

Andrews, ShaunG/T Ballard, JakeTE
Beatty, WilliamT Beckum, TravisTE
Bernard, RockyDT Blackburn, ChaseLB
Boley, MichaelLB Boothe, KevinTE
Boss, KevinTE Bradshaw, AhmadRB
Bulluck, KeithLB Calhoun, DukeWR
Canty, ChrisDT Clayton, MikeWR
Coe, MichaelCB Cofield, BarryDT
DeOssie, ZakLB Diehl, DavidT
Dillard, PhillipLB Dodge, MattP
Goff, JonathanLB Grant, DeonS
Hagan, DerekWR Hall, AlexDE
Jackson, BrianCB Jacobs, BrandonRB
Joseph, LinvalDT Manning, EliQB
Manningham, MarioWR McKenzie, KareemT
Meredith, JamonG/T Nicks, HakeemWR
O’Hara, ShaunC Pascoe, BearTE
Petrus, MitchG Phillips, KennyS
Pierre-Paul, JasonDE Reynaud, Darius RB
Rollie, AntrelS Rosenfels, SageQB
Ross, AaronCB Seubert, RichG
Snee, ChrisG Thomas, DevinWR
Thomas, TerrellCB Tollefson, DaveDE
Tuck, JasonDE Tynes, LawrenceK
Umenyiora, OsiDE Wake, DJRB
Webster, CoreyCB Wilkinson, GerrisLB
Witherspoon, BrianDB

Parking at New York Giants Football Stadium

With 27,500 parking spots and over 40 different ways of entering and exiting the stadium, parking at New Meadowlands Stadium should not be a hassle. Pre-paid parking passes are required for all vehicles entering the complex and allow each vehicle only one spot, even if you have two passes. The parking lot is open five hours prior to the game until two hours after it has ended. Trucks, trailers and buses are not permitted on the east side of the complex (the IZOD Center side) and no vehicles are permitted overnight. General parking passes are $45 but $25 in advance. Grills are permitted for tailgating however open fires, deep fryers, or any type of oil-based cooking or frying are strictly prohibited. There are more than enough portable toilets available throughout the parking lot. If you would rather not park at the stadium, you can drive to the Frank R. Lautenberg Station in Secaucus, NJ and ride the rail service to the stadium. Parking at the Frank R. Lautenberg Station is $20 per game ($160 per season) and the rail service is $4.50 roundtrip.

Inside the New Meadowlands Stadium

A huge crowd at the new Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

A huge crowd at the new Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

As you enter the brand new $1.6 billion New Meadowlands Stadium that seats over 82,000 people, there are a few things to take note of before you go. The stadium only allows patrons to bring in bags/purses 12” x 12” x 12” or smaller, all food must be in a clear plastic bag, water bottles must be factory sealed and 20 ounces are smaller. There are bag check-in services in parking lots G and E. Security prohibits fans to bring in alcohol, bottles (other than water), cans, hard-sided coolers, thermoses, ice chests, banners, signs, flags, strollers, umbrellas, laser pointers, and any animals other than service dogs. Jackets and blankets are permitted but will be patted down. The stadium is completely smoke-free and does not allow re-entry. Because NY Giants football games are played in an outdoor stadium, weather can become an issue for some guests. Be sure to check current weather conditions to ensure comfort at the game. The New Meadowlands Stadium promotes safety for all guests and if anyone has an issue, they can anonymously text: 78247, type “GIANTS,” space, then describe the issue and location, and the NJ State Police will come and resolve your problem.

Food & Beverage in NY Giants Football Stadium

There are a number of options for fans to purchase food, beverages, and alcohol throughout the venue. All patrons must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol and be prepared to show identification. There is an alcohol limit at the New Meadowlands Stadium of two per person and all alcohol sales stop at the beginning of the third quarter. Beers cost between $8.75 and $9.75 and are sold all over the complex. There is a large variety of food in the stadium ranging from Papa John’s Pizza to Mrs.Field’s Cookies. Deli sandwiches are also for sale with roast pork sandwiches costing $10 and BBQ sandwiches costing $8. Hot dogs are around $5, nachos around $7 and candy is around $5 each. With such high prices for food in the stadium, most people advise to bring your own food into the game, (must be in a clear plastic bag).

Bars & Restaurants Nearby New Meadowlands Stadium

When touring the area of the New Meadowlands Stadium, there are more than a few great restaurants and bars that every NY Giants fan should try. Bonefish Grill is a delicious restaurant and bar with delectable seafood, burgers and salads. Located at 200 Mill Creek Dr. in Secaucus, this establishment also has a great weekday happy hour! At 645 Washington Ave in Carlstadt, rests Grasshopper Also Bar & Restaurant that promotes a fun atmosphere with traditional American cuisine and a tasty brunch on Sundays! If you want to leave the kids at home and enjoy a romantic dinner for two, Feelgood Restaurant & Lounge is an delightful spot with Spanish specialties and romantic vibes.

Hotels Near NY Giants Football Stadium

There are tons of hotels located near the New Meadowlands Stadium to ensure convenience for every NY Giants fan, here are some favorites:

  • Residence Inn by Marriott East Rutherford Meadowlands Hotel: located just half a mile away from the stadium, this hotel offers complimentary wi-fi, clean rooms with kitchenettes, and an indoor swimming pool. Rates starting at $199.
  • Hampton Inn Carlstadt-At The Meadowlands: also less than a mile away from the venue is this resort equipped with a business center, a breakfast worth raving about, and less than seven miles away from Times Square. Rates starting at $79.
  • Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel & Conference Center New Jersey: with suites available, a fitness center, an indoor pool, and a complimentary newspaper every morning, this hotel is located just half a mile southwest of the stadium. Rates starting at $189.