New York Giants: This Week's Five "Dumb" Questions

Pro Football NYCSenior Writer IJuly 20, 2009

Answering Your Questions As Always...

I always say the dumb questions are usually the ones that few people can answer. For some reason I keep getting asked them


Question: When does camp start, July 25 or Aug. 2?

Camp begins on Aug. 2.


Question: Have the Giants signed all of their draft choices?

No. First round pick Hakeem Nicks and second rounders Clint Sintim and William Beatty have yet to come to terms.


Question: Are there any Giants' season tickets still available?

For this season, no. You can go to the Giants Ticket Exchange on their web site and purchase tickets directly from a season-ticket holder or go to a secondary ticket site and buy from a licensed ticket broker. Needless to say, you will—in most cases—pay above face value.


Question: I read that the Giants have not yet sold out all of their season tickets for next season when they move into the new stadium. Is this true?

Yes it is, but please be aware that these openings are in the club level and other high-priced areas of the stadium. On the seats that remain open, the minimum PSL is $7500 per ticket and the face-value prices on those seats range from $250 to $750 per game.


Question: How close is that new rail service to The Meadowlands from being completed?

Funny you should ask. The rail link is being tested this week and if all goes well will be in operation for a soccer event this weekend. According to NJ Transit, trains will operate between Hoboken Terminal, Secaucus Junction, and Meadowlands Sports Complex stations approximately every 10 to 20 minutes beginning three-and-one-half hours before and up to two hours after events. There will also be train service from NY Penn Station to Secaucus Junction.