Last Day To Enter Our Contest And Win A Pair Of Tickets To Banner Day!

An article by posted on May 24, 2012

BANNER DAY CONTEST ENDS TODAY!

Hey Mets fans… We are at it again with yet another great MMO Fan Giveaway!

This time we are going to present TWO lucky Mets fans with a Free Pair of Tickets for BANNER DAY on Sunday, May 27, when the Mets take on San Diego Padres!

Hall of Famers Dwight Gooden and Rusty Staub will serve as judges for Banner Day on May 27, alongside WFAN radio personalities Howie Rose and Evan Roberts.

These tickets to Banner Day were made available thanks to our 2012 Ticket Partners:

Seatcrew.com is the ONLY online ticket marketplace that features NO FEES for buyers or sellers!

That means whether you’re buying or selling, if you use Seat Crew there will be no extra charges and you’ll save over 20%

Seat Crew has tickets for all New York Mets home games available for a fraction of the cost of other third party ticket places such as TiqIQ and Stub Hub. Check it out for yourselves because seeing is believing. You can follow them on Twitter at @Seatcrew.

 

2012 METS BANNER DAY CONTEST!

Here are the three simple rules to the contest…

1. Follow us on Twitter at @Metsmerized.

2. Register at SeatCrew.com. It’s free and all you need to register is your email address so the winner can be contacted!

3. Answer the following Mets question:

The very first Mets Banner Day was held in between games of a doubleheader on a chilly afternoon in 1963. What team did the Mets play against that day?

That’s it, you’re done!

Send your contest entries to us at GetMetsmerized@aol.com.

At 5:00 PM TOMORROW we’ll randomly select TWO lucky winners from all the properly completed contest entries!

*** Don’t forget to register with SeatCrew.com so they can award you your prize!

TWO WINNERS will WIN a pair of FREE TICKETS to see the New York Mets host the San Diego Padres at beautiful Citi Field on Sunday, May 27!

GOOD LUCK TO ALL YOU METS FANS!

IT’S GOING TO BE A BANNER DAY!

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