New York Giants Tickets
Ben McAdoo will lead the New York Giants as the team's new head coach in 2016. This season is highly anticipated because the Giants had been under the guidance of long-time coach Tom Coughlin for years. Eli Manning plus receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz aim to have the G-Men on the scoreboard early and often this season. RB Rashad Jennings will provide the run support out of the backfield. Start off fresh with the Giants team by purchasing your NY Giants tickets today. It’s the perfect time to snag New York Giants tickets for home and away games throughout the NFL season—don’t miss a minute of the action!
Aww, Man. We currently don't have any tickets available.
New York Giants News
The New York Giants were able to seize their shot in the NFL Playoffs with a win over Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins on New Year’s Day. Although it was a low-scoring affair with a 19-10 outcome, Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr. and the rest of the team clearly had the edge. They have a tough road to the Super Bowl, however, as it will start against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in the NFC Wild Card Round. New York surely will need all the support they can get, so buy your tickets to the game and be there for as little as $104.
It’s a good thing the New York Giants were already set to appear in the playoffs before the most recent round of games, because they lost in devastating fashion last week to the Philadelphia Eagles on the road. The home team took the early lead with two unanswered touchdowns in the first quarter. Ultimately, Eli Manning could not make up the difference and was virtually stifled in his passing game. The Giants will now have a brief break before hosting either the Wild Card or Divisional Round at MetLIfe Stadium on Saturday, January 7. Tickets are currently on sale, but are not expected to last long. Extremely limited quantities start at $307.
The Giants are giant killers once again. Known for taking down the undefeated New England Patriots in the Super Bowl of the 2007 season, last Sunday New York ended the Dallas Cowboys’ 11-game winning streak with a defensive-minded 10-7 victory at home.
In an evenly matched game, the Giants and Cowboys each totaled 260 yards and committed three turnovers. A 61-yard TD pass from Eli Manning to Odell Beckham Jr. in the third quarter was the difference in the contest.
The Giants are now 9-4, two games behind the Cowboys in the NFC East. With slim chances alive of winning the division, the Giants next host the Detroit Lions this Sunday.
In many years, an 8-3 record would be good enough to be on top of the division. But this season, the NFC East has proven challenging, as the Dallas Cowboys rule with an NFL-best 10-1 mark. The New York Giants are two games behind Dallas, with five games left to make up some ground.
The Giants head into their Dec. 4 game at Pittsburgh riding a six-game winning streak. In its last game, New York took down winless Cleveland 27-13. Eli Manning passed for 194 yards in the victory. New York held the struggling Browns to 296 yards.
On Dec 11, the Giants have a huge home matchup with Dallas. The game presents a prime opportunity for New York to catch up to the Cowboys atop the division.
Ambitious and aggressive play calling helped the New York Giants earn their fourth victory in a row in this week’s Monday Night Football matchup. Trailing the Bengals by six, the Giants were faced with a decision early on in the fourth quarter—go for it on fourth and goal or settle for a field goal. Ben McAdoo made the controversial, yet ultimately correct decision when he told his team to go for it. The touchdown pass from Eli Manning to Sterling Shepard gave New York the one point lead and the ultimate 21-20 victory. Can the Giants keep up the momentum? They’ll face the 2-7 Chicago Bears this Sunday, Nov. 20, at MetLife Stadium. Tickets can be yours now for $103 and up.
Eli Manning and his accurate arm have led the New York Giants for several years now, and this year the Giants are looking pretty good up against their competition. They are sitting in second place in the NFC East with five wins and three losses. Last week they took on the Philadelphia Eagles with hopes to turn their two-game winning streak into a three-game winning streak. The Giants came out strong when they scored an impressive two touchdowns in the first quarter alone. The Eagles fought back until the final minute, but the Giants were able to hold them off and take home the win. Get your tickets today for their next upcoming game.
It’s been a restful week for the New York Giants, who needed the time to let injured and banged up players heal. The team’s secondary has especially benefitted from the break—both Darian Thompson and Nat Berhe were in attendance at Monday’s practice, and both safeties are projected to play in New York’s upcoming contest against the Eagles. In the game, the Giants will also debut recently acquired kicker Robbie Gould, who most recently spent ten years with the Bears. Week 9’s game against Philly takes place this Sunday, Nov. 6, and New York gets home field advantage. Don’t miss the Eagles versus the Giants at MetLife Stadium—tickets are available now for $160 and up!
Just when it seems like the New York Giant might lose every single game for the rest of the season, they go and add two wins to their record! Two weeks ago, Eli Manning and the Giants hosted the Baltimore Ravens and managed to eke out a 27 - 23 victory. Last Sunday, they clashed with the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham Stadium to earn another win, sealing the deal 17 - 10. The Giants will have a bit more of a test when they return from their bye week on Sunday, November 6, however, as it involves the mighty defense of the Philadelphia Eagles. Tickets to the game are $198 and up.
The New York Giants broke their three-game losing streak with a 27-23 win over the Ravens on October 16. The Ravens had an early led, but the Giants rallied to get close. Then, Odell Beckham Jr. took what was meant to be a quick and easy fourth-and-one pass and instead caught-and-ran for 66 yards to score with just a minute and a half left. Eli Manning completed 32 of 46 passes for a total of 403 yards and three touchdowns. The Giants head to the UK to play against the Rams in Twickenham Stadium and then host the Eagles on November 6 after a bye week. You can still get tickets for $122 and up.
It’s always a packed house at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, but neither the Green Bay Packers nor the New York Giants put on a great show in Sunday night’s game. The decision came down to subpar performances from both Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning, and ultimately the Packers gave the home crowd the win. The Giants’ defense gave their offense plenty of chances to catch up, but in the end Manning finished just 18 out of 35 passes for less than 300 yards. He and the rest of the team have a chance to even out their win-loss record at home this Sunday, Oct. 16, when they face the Ravens. Tickets start at $119.
It’s been a troubling first month of the season for the New York Giants, who are not where they want to be with a 2-2 record. In last week’s loss to the undefeated Minnesota Vikings, the Giants failed to force turnovers and simply had too many penalties, including a call for taunting on Odell Beckham before halftime. Other mistakes by the special teams meant that New York was down 14-0 heading into the second half, and things didn’t look much better after that. In Week 5, the Giants hope to fix some of their problems before they head to Lambeau Field to play the Packers this Sunday, Oct. 9. Tickets for that game are available now starting at $132.
New York Giants fans are no doubt disappointed in the team’s performance against the Washington Redskins last week, losing the home game with a devastating final score of 27 - 29. They shouldn’t give up hope, however, because Eli Manning and the rest of the Giants are still doing great overall with a record of 2 - 1. New York will really be put to the test in the next two weeks, as they will hit the road to face the red-hot Minnesota Vikings on October 3 followed by the Green Bay Packers on October 9. Catch the Giants when they head home on October 16 to host the Baltimore Ravens. Tickets are $33.
The New York Giants narrowly beat the Saints on Sunday night to start the season off with a 2-0 record. The Giants were ahead 10-3 going into the fourth quarter, but the Saints were not done yet and rallied, tying the game twice. Eli Manning threw a 34-yard pass in the final minute of play to set up a field goal. Josh Brown kicked a 23-yarder just as time expired to win the game 16-3. This was his third field goal of the night, and it capped a 70-yard drive that spanned 11 plays, including two third-down passes. The Giants host the Redskins on September 25, and you can still get tickets. Prices start at $38.
As the New York Giants gear up for their home opener against New Orleans this week, there has been a lot of talk about experience and its role in a team’s success. The Saints held their own for three quarters against the Raiders in Week 1, but inexperience led to an implosion that cost them their lead and the game with a final score of 35-34. The Giants have more players with valuable field time under their belts on their roster, which proved helpful in Sunday’s 20-19 win over Dallas and should give them an edge in Sunday’s (Sept. 18) matchup. MetLife Stadium will be the place to be—get your tickets today for $118 and up.
As Ben McAdoo starts his first season as the head coach of the New York Giants, the expectations are pretty high around the Big Apple. He’s surrounded by a lot of experienced players with loads of talent. He’s also coaching in a division with no team that’s clearly better than the rest. While the Giants offense has plenty of star power between Eli Manning, Odell Beckham and newcomer Sterling Shepard, the defense has more question marks and will likely be the key to a postseason run for this team. The New York D will have its hands full when the New Orleans Saints come to NY on September 18. Tickets for that game start as low as $123.
The NFL season is getting closer and closer each day to starting and every team is constantly shuffling their roster to ensure they have the best of the best to be ready to play. The New York Giants made some changes this week that are sure to impact their team. The Giants signed tackle, Will Beatty, who hasn’t played a game since 2014. However, Beatty is said to be in his best form yet and is ready to get back on the field and be an asset to the Giants. He has completely recovered from his torn pectoral muscle after undergoing surgery to repair it. See if he is able to perform like the Giants want him to when you purchase your live tickets today.
The New York Giants will be without kicker Josh Brown for the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 11. The NFL has suspended Brown for violating league conduct, but it is unclear what occurred in the offense. Brown was selected to play in the Pro Bowl in 2013 and had a very successful season last year, earning 30 out of 32 field goals and missing only one point after touchdown of 45 attempts. Brown is eligible to practice during the rest of the preseason and will be allowed to play against the Bills this Saturday, Aug. 20. Tickets for the Giants versus the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium can be purchased today starting at $12.
Before the New York Giants announce their final roster for the 2016-2017 season, players in several positions are hard at work proving that they have earned a coveted spot on the first-string team. At running back, Rashad Jennings and Shane Vereen will likely share the bulk of the running and pass-receiving duties, but strong runners such as Orleans Darkwa and Bobby Rainey will be excellent to have on hand as backup. The Giants have also been working with defensive tackle Greg Milhouse, who impressed the team by getting one sack, four tackles and a quarterback hit in only 16 plays during practice this week. The Giants will tackle the Buffalo Bills in preseason play this Saturday, Aug. 20. Tickets can be yours today for just $12.
The New York Giants have officially begun their offseason practices. During the voluntary OTA held this week, which was number 4 of 10, Jason Pierre-Paul and Odell Beckham Jr. were absent. Both players informed the coaches of their absence, with Beckham reportedly sitting it out due to the death of his beloved dog. Nat Behre was back on the field after a year of absence due to a calf injury. He and Darian Thompson split first-tem reps during the practice. As the team begins to train and prepare for the start of the season in a few months, fans can also take this time to prepare for the 2016 season by buying their tickets to the games. Prices start at $16.
While it is still possible for the New York Giants to make it to the postseason, their hopes relied on beating the still undefeated Carolina Panthers. Unfortunately, the Giants were not able to pull off that feat, and fell just short with a final score of 38-35. Heartbreakingly, this minor deficit was what was left over after the Giants rallied with an incredible 21-point final quarter. The good news is that their chances at playing in the postseason did not die in that matchup, but things certainly are not looking good. Even if they do not earn a spot, the Giants have played well, and are sure to give the fans something to cheer about in their final two home games against the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles.