Jets are in first place for season ticket holders

Jets are averaging more than 20,000 fans a game, the second-highest average in the NFL.

They’re also averaging more attendance than any other NFL team, with more than 10,000 season ticket-holders per game.

And the Jets are the only team in the league to rank in the top four in attendance per game this season.

The Jets’ season-ticket base is about 10 times larger than any NFL team’s.

They sold 3.5 million season tickets in 2018, up from 1.7 million the year before.

The team also has the highest average attendance per home game in the NHL and the most average attendance for any team.

The average home game attendance is about 4,200 per game, more than any team in MLB.

Jets fans have a lot of fun playing games with Jets jerseys, and that’s where the big money is.

The league average home attendance is $2,079.

But the Jets also rank second for the most expensive tickets sold per game with $18,400.

Jets tickets average $6,853 per game and are the cheapest tickets sold in the NBA.

Jets games can be more expensive because the Jets have to pay for a separate parking lot for fans and their vehicles, plus an additional $250 for each seat.

It also is expensive to make the drive from downtown Winnipeg to the team’s stadium in St. John’s, which is about an hour from downtown.

Jets owner Woody Johnson has also said that his team has done well financially.

He is expected to take the team to the playoffs in 2019.

The fans are great. “

We have a fantastic fan base.

The fans are great.

And it’s not just one or two or three.

The whole fan base is fantastic.”

The Jets have a reputation for being hard-working, hard-nosed.

They’ve won the Stanley Cup three times, and have also played in the World Cup of Hockey twice.

The NHL has seen some notable shifts in its ownership over the years.

In 2016, the Minnesota Twins moved into the city and moved the Jets to Minnesota.

That year, the NHL made $2.2 billion in revenue.

The next year, when the Minnesota Wild bought the team, the league made $3.1 billion.

In 2019, the Chicago Blackhawks sold the team for $1.3 billion to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

This past season, the New York Rangers moved the team from Chicago to Los Angeles.

The new ownership group is expected move the team back to Chicago in the 2019-20 season.

There are a number of other factors that make this team more attractive to fans.

The city of Winnipeg is one of the biggest sports markets in North America, with a population of nearly 23 million.

The market has a large and active sports fan base, with fans turning out for hockey, baseball, football, basketball, and soccer games.

The popularity of the Jets has also grown since being purchased by the Jets.

The stadium is a home for hockey games, concerts, concerts and sporting events.

In 2018, more people attended a Jets game than any NHL team in history.

In 2021, the Jets hosted the Winnipeg Blues in their home opener, which drew 2,917 fans per game on average.

This year, they played in front of a capacity crowd of nearly 3,000, a record for an outdoor hockey game.

The season ticket base is also growing.

The total season-to-date average attendance of 5,749 is up about 20 percent over last year, making Winnipeg the largest market in North American sports.

The attendance average is also higher than the average for any other team.

In 2017, the average season-by-season average attendance was 1,769, down about 15 percent from 2016.

The increase in attendance is mostly due to an increase in the number of season-seat holders.

The number of fans in Winnipeg increased by about 200 last year compared to the previous year.

The Winnipeg area’s population increased by almost 7 percent from last year to reach about 5,200, the most recent year for which numbers are available.

The numbers show that the Jets’ fans are willing to pay extra to attend games.

Last year, average attendance averaged 6,813 per game in Winnipeg.

In 2020, the team averaged 6.6 million per game for a total of 6.9 million season-tickets.

The 2018 season was the highest ever in Winnipeg, averaging 9,742 fans per home contest.

The biggest gain was the team playing in the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders in Winnipeg in 2019, which attracted 3,856, the highest attendance for an CFL game in recent memory.

The majority of the fans in attendance were from out of town, with about 3,200 fans from Ontario and Quebec.