The Jets will not increase season ticket prices for the 2015 season, the team plans to inform its subscribers in an email to be sent Wednesday.
The price range, not including club seat premiums, will remain $50 to $162.50, with an average of $114. While prices have gone up or down for various seats since MetLife Stadium opened in 2010, the overall average price rose for 2011 then declined for 2012, 2013 and 2014 and now will be flat for 2015.
Team president Neil Glat said Tuesday the decision was based "on a lot of factors: team performance, trends around the league and looking at overall market demand, including the secondary market."
The Jets finished 4-12 in 2014 and fired coach Rex Ryan, replacing him with Todd Bowles.
The team plans to expand its variable pricing for individual games, using two tiers for regular-season games based on the attractiveness of the opponent and a third price for preseason games.
Glat said using a different price for preseason games was an acknowledgment of the lesser demand for them.
"We want MetLife Stadium to be a fearsome place to play," owner Woody Johnson wrote in the email to season ticket holders. "We're going to play tough, smart, and complementary football, with offense, defense, and special teams working together to deliver victories," Johnson wrote. "But we can't do it without you -- you create a critically important home-field advantage and inspire the team."