As I have written in this space previously, the Mets have been innovating in interesting ways concerning ticket sales. As a part of this effort to reach out to fans, the Mets are offering a presale to readers of this and other blogs. Simply click here, use the code name… Read More →
The Mets released their promotional schedule on Saturday, a moment I always relish. Exactly what free stuff will come to me, simply because I get to watch a baseball game? This has been a cause close to my heart for many years, dating back to the free Juan Samuel glove… Read More →
An interesting debate broke out last week between Gotham Baseball’s Mark Healey and Mets Police’s Shannon Shark. The question: whether to purchase Mets tickets in 2012 if you disagree with the path taken by Met ownership. Healey writes: “The Mets? I love the Mets. My kids love the Mets. Most… Read More →
There’s been much made of the decision by the New York Mets, announced today, to allow for dynamic pricing- adjusting it up or down depending on the demand for the game. Given that a floor exists- the Mets reiterated this evening that prices won’t drop below what season ticket holders… Read More →
The Mets are off today before starting three with the Athletics at Citi Field tomorrow night. More on the A’s in a bit, but first, I wanted to let you know about a couple of events in the community that allow you to do some good and get your Mets… Read More →
If I needed to tell you that the Mets and Phillies are set to play three important games this weekend, you wouldn’t be here at the LoHud Mets Blog. But let’s take a step back and look at what is really at stake here, tangibly. 1. If the Phillies sweep… Read More →
The Mets announced today that they have lowered the ticket prices for 2011 by an average of 14 percent from this past year. Season and ticket plan holders will receive an extra 10 percent discount. However, the cheapest ticket will be $12, as opposed to $11 in 2010. It’s a… Read More →
The Mets have sold over two million tickets for 2008 in full-season and partial-season plans. Ticket for individual games go on sale March 9.