Fans arrive for a game between the New York Giants...

Fans arrive for a game between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions at MetLife Stadium on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 in East Rutherford, N.J. Credit: Jim McIsaac

One of the few things that isn’t changing for the 2018 Giants is the cost of tickets. The Giants told season-ticket holders via e-mail on Tuesday that there will be no increase to their tickets for the upcoming season. Parking will remain at $30 per game as well.

Last year, the Giants raised ticket prices by about 4 percent, or between $5-$10 per seat, coming off an 11-5 season and a playoff berth. This year, the Giants are coming off a 3-13 season that saw the organization fire head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese in early December (they have since been replaced by Pat Shurmur and Dave Gettleman). It also saw plenty of empty seats in the second half of the schedule and fans of visiting teams swarming into MetLife Stadium to root against the Giants.

“As always, we thank you on behalf of our players, coaches and staff for your continued support,” reads the e-mail, signed by co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch. “Last season was disappointing for you and us, and we are committed to producing the kinds of results we all expect.”

The 2018 schedule will be released in April, but it will include home games against division rivals Philadelphia, Dallas and Washington along with contests against New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

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