There are plenty of good reasons to get New York Giants tickets in 2013. The four-time Super Bowl Champions are set to make a run at another title, with quarterback Eli Manning ready to lead the team to NFC dominance and Super Bowl XLVIII in New York. View our MetLife Stadium seating chart to see the wide variety of seating and pricing options we offer when it comes to buying 2013 NY Giants tickets.
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New York Giants 2013 News and Updates
12/3/13 - The New York Giants escaped a late 4th quarter drive by the Washington Redskins to run away with a 24-17 victory. Falling behind 14 points early on Sunday, the G-Men rallied past the Redskins, aided by Justin Tuck (4 sacks) to hold off RG3 later in the game. Now at 5-7 they are on the cusp of the playoff race and will have to win-out all remaining games to stay alive. Up next, the Big Blue face stiff competition and a cross-country trip when they meet the Chargers in San Diego. New York Giants tickets are averaging $143 a seat.
11/26/13 - In a heartbreaking defeat, the New York Giants were unable to extend their win streak to five games, losing to the Dallas Cowboys by a last-second field goal on Sunday (24-21). The Giants must win their remaining games for hopes of a playoff berth, a tall order as they go up against formidable opponents in upcoming weeks, but at just two games behind division leaders the Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles, anything can happen with Eli Manning at the rudder. The G-Men will travel to Washington to face the Redskins on Sunday, a team they are one game ahead in the NFC East. New York Giants tickets start at $16 and average at $110
11/19/13- The New York Giants are on their way to a winning record, giving their atrocious start some comeuppance with four straight victories. The G-Men blasted the Green Bay Packers, 27-13 on Sunday at home. The win came thanks, in part, to Jason Pierre-Paul and his pick six off of Scott Tolzien, a play that the defensive end alerted his teammates he would make in the huddle. New York will host the Dallas Cowboys next week for an Eli Manning-Tony Romo showdown that Pierre-Paul believes will see “a lot of blood spilled.” Don’t miss out on what players are predicting to be a physical and bench-gripping game! New York Giants tickets versus Dallas are the second hottest of the week, averaging at $452 a seat!
11/12/13 - The New York Giants are turning their season around, with their most recent defeat of the Oakland Raiders on Sunday 24-20, marking their third consecutive win. Sunday’s game was not pretty by any means: the G-men came into the game with 25 turnovers and added 3 more at home, and though Terrell Thomas and Andre Brown helped keep it together, Eli Manning was still muffed when trying to hold onto or throw the ball successfully. Can New York achieve their fourth straight win when they host the Green Bay Packers in Week 11? To get in on the action, New York Giants tickets are $278 on average and $31 to get-in.
11/5/13 - The New York Giants will come out of their bye to face the Oakland Raiders this Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Although the G-Men headed into their rest week with two straight wins, snapping an awful 0-6 start, Tom Coughlin had a lot of work to do before coming back to face the tough second half of their schedule. The rest of the season holds an array of hard-hitting teams (Packers, Lions, Seahawks, Chargers, Cowboys), with no room for mistakes. New York will attempt to pick up their season beginning with Sunday's game against the recently blown out Raiders. New York Giants tickets are surprisingly the second most expensive ticket average of Week 10, despite their losing record, at $324.
10/28/13 - The New York Giants are on their bye with high spirits, following their Sunday rout of the Philadelphia Eagles, 15-7, credited to Josh Brown’s five field goals. Eli Manning has taken his team to a 2-6 record with more room for improvement at the midway point, although, the Giants are facing an intimidating schedule for the second half of the season: upcoming games figure the Packers, Cowboys, Seahawks, Lions, Chargers and Redskins. The G-Men will look for a third straight victory to pull themselves up in the slumping NFC East, and at two games behind Dallas, the Giants will need a win when they next face the Oakland Raiders at MetLife Stadium Nov 10.
10/22/13 - The New York Jets squeaked by the New England Patriots 30-27, and improve to 4-3 on the season after Sunday's game. The end score was determined by a technically good, but controversial new “pushing” call, which debuted on Sunday: it designates that defenders cannot come from the second level and push one of their teammates forward. Belichick's mistake resulted in a 15-yard penalty and granted Nick Folk a second chance and much better field position to seal the deal in overtime: a 42-yard field goal that shocked their AFC East rivals into submission. Geno Smith had a great game and showed some maturity, finishing 17 of 33 for 233 yards, recovering from a first quarter pick-six to give the Jets a third quarter lead, while New York’s defense held Brady to just 22 of 46 pass attempts. The Jets are scheduled to play the Cincinnati Bengals next, who are flying high after trumping the Detroit Lions. For what is sure to be a good on-the-road match up, New York Jets tickets are just $71 on average.
10/16/13 - The New York Giants have endured their sixth consecutive loss, and are one of three winless teams left in the NFL. Although the team improved their running game and held the Chicago Bears to under 30 points, New York committed too many turnovers, Eli Manning is up to 15 interceptions on the season, and the G-Men were defeated 21-27. Due to injuries to significant running backs David Wilson and Andre Brown, New York has acquired Peyton Hillis, on the Kansas City Chiefs last season, who will add much needed depth to that part of the roster. The G-Men are heading into Week 7 against the Minnesota Vikings, which will present their closest opportunity at a victory yet. The Vikings are on the road, unsure of who to start in the QB position, and the Giants will be well rested after a Thursday night game—putting an end to their train wreck season is within definite reach. New York Giants tickets for their Monday Night matchup start at $24.
10/8/13 - The New York Giants are suffering their worst record (0-5) since 1987. Eli Manning and the G-Men agonized a blistering 21-36 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Although behind just one point at the start of the fourth quarter, Eli Manning threw 3 interceptions in 9 throws and the game was down the drain, adding more fuel to the 2 time Super Bowl winning quarterback's recent lack of confidence. With a win long over due, the Giants will head to the Windy City in an attempt at redemption against the Chicago Bears, who they have beat four times in a row at Soldier Field. New York Giants tickets in Chicago for Week 6 are the third highest priced game of the week despite their winless record; seats average $303 and a hefty $128 to get in on Thursday night.
9/24/13 - The New York Giants are suffering from a gut wrenching, winless first three weeks, as the franchise achieved their worst shutout loss (0-38) in 40 years, subsequent to their obliteration by the Panthers on Sunday. With a lackluster performance by Eli Manning and virtually no help from his teammates (Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks), or the defense, who have given up 38.3 points a game (the league’s worst). The New York Giants are looking to Jason Pierre Paul, who is coming off a jarring back injury, to boost morale. The situation is looking grim, as the Giants are now set to play the Kansas City Chiefs, who on the flipside are 3-0. Tom Coughlin will hope to pull his team together and turnaround the season when they travel to Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri. Tickets are averaging $90, and $28 to get in.
New York Giants 2013 Season
6/21/13 - The Giants followed up their Super Bowl win with a disappointing season last year that saw them finish 9-7 and miss the NFL Playoffs
. This season, the Giants hope to return to glory and lift the Lombardi trophy in their home stadium at the 2014 Super Bowl
. New York did not make any major offseason acquisitions, and parted ways with longtime Giants Osi Umenyiora and Ahmad Bradshaw. However, they did manage to retain fan-favorite Victor Cruz, a top target of quarterback Eli Manning. Average price for a Giants regular season game at MetLife Stadium
is $365, 93% over league average. Despite going up in price by about $20 per ticket from last season, the Giants dropped one spot to the third most expensive home prices in the league
The Giants’ 2013 home opener comes in Week 2 against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Broncos vs. Giants tickets for the “Manning Bowl” are currently the most expensive NY Giants tickets this season, with an average price of $528. The second most expensive game for the Giants is against the division rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 12, with an average price of $419. The least expensive Giants game at the new Meadowlands this season comes in Week 15 against the NFC favorite Seattle Seahawks. Seahawks vs. Giants tickets have an average price of $312. The Giants take on Robert Griffin III and the defending NFC East Champion Washington Redskins at home to finish the regular season. The average Redskins vs. Giants ticket price of $351 is 60% higher than their Week 13 matchup in Washington at FedEx Field.