Jets selling another 2,000 seats

The New York Jets are selling nearly 2,000 upper-bowl seats on an individual-game basis, the team announced Tuesday morning.

The 27,000 upper-bowl seats at New Meadowlands Stadium -- non-PSLs -- were originally sold out, but some became available because ticket holders decided to "migrate" to lower, more expensive PSL seats, according to Matt Higgins, Jets executive vice president of business operations.

Despite the available tickets, Higgins predicted "with certainty" the regular-season opener against the Baltimore Ravens will be a sellout, avoiding a local TV blackout.

Higgins said the Jets are "in great shape," with 96 percent of the seats already sold. In June, the team slashed PSL prices to stimulate lagging sales.

The individual-game seats will be available for season-ticket holders from 10 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET Tuesday at a cost of $95 and $125. After 4 p.m. ET, the tickets will be on sale to the public for $105 and $135.

Rich Cimini covers the Jets for ESPNNewYork.com. Follow him on Twitter.