Giants ticket holders affected by Sandy still have some options when it comes to Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.
While storm-related outages have sacked train service to Secaucus, team officials say the game at MetLife Stadium will go on and are urging fans to plan ahead.
As a result, fans are strongly urged to carpool and arrive early.
The team will also provide free parking and free shuttle service to and from the stadium at two locations: The parking lot at the Secaucus train station and at 20 Murray Hill Parkway in Rutherford.
Additionally, for a fee, NJ Transit bus No. 351 -- the Meadowlands express -- will run from the Port Authority Bus Terminal and return after the game.
Giants officials stress there will also be very limited cash parking at the MetLife Stadium lots.
Also, team officials say fans who lost tickets, had them destroyed in the storm, or were unable to get them for any reason can go to any service window where they will be reprinted free of charge. Ticketholders will just need to provide the name of the subscriber and seat locations.
The team also plans to hold food and money drives to aid victims of the storm.
Sunday's game is set for 4:25 p.m.
For more information, visit Giants.com.