Tag: Mets Ticket Prices

Mets Ticket Prices, Economics 101, Schmucks and Agendas

An article by posted on October 13, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Ticket Prices, Economics 101, Schmucks and Agendas

I was so close to pounding out a few sentences the other day in response to Howard Megdal’s latest rant about the Mets raising some ticket prices as much as 7%. I did my best to resist, but Mark Healey’s article today pushed me over the edge and I found myself with a great need […]

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Mets Ticket Prices On Secondary Market Flat

An article by posted on April 18, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Ticket Prices On Secondary Market Flat

Despite the New York Mets entering the season with muted expectations, the average price for Mets tickets on the secondary market are comparable to last year’s prices, and in fact are up a bit compared to this time last year. As the prices on the secondary market are set by individual ticket brokers all over […]

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Are The Mets Worried About Empty Seats In September?

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

I have been a Mets mini-plan holder since 2002.  When the Mets moved into Citi Field last year, I decided to purchase a second mini-plan.  I will not be renewing my seats next year because my better half has a full season ticket package and we plan on splitting those tickets in 2011. When I […]

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The Mets Gave Me Some Tickets To Ride

An article by posted on April 10, 2010 0 Comments

For years my brother and I had been seven pack ticket holders over at Shea Stadium. I was upset last year when the Mets masterminds decided to do away with seven packs, and only offer a fifteen game package. For me fifteen games just wasn’t doable, not only from a financial point, but for family […]

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Mets Slash Season Ticket Prices For 2010

An article by posted on October 1, 2009 0 Comments

Earlier today, the Mets issued an official press release announcing that season ticket prices would be cut by more than 10%, while some select locations would see a decrease of over 20%.  There would be no price increase on any seat at Citi Field for those who cannot afford the luxury of season tickets (i.e. […]

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