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Jets email playoff ticket pricing to season-ticket holders, per NFL policy

Jets fans celebrate during the second half of

Jets fans celebrate during the second half of a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014. Photo Credit: Lee S. Weissman

The Jets are in a playoff state of mind. But then again, so are the other 31 NFL teams.

On Tuesday, the Jets sent emails to season-ticket holders with playoff ticket pricing information. Fans can reserve tickets now, but it's a "pay as we play" program, meaning individual credit cards won't be charged unless the Jets advance to the wild card, divisional and championship games.

It's a new NFL policy that requires all teams to disseminate postseason prices before the start of the regular season. This way, the league can ensure the processing for playoff invoices goes smoothly.

The Jets, who went 4-12 last season, haven't made the playoffs since 2011. But they're offering a special benefit to season-ticket holders who reserve tickets now: the guarantee that a seat for any potential home wild-card game will cost the same amount as the average price of that seat in a 10-game season-ticket package.

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