The New York Mets announced that Free Shirt Friday and Family Sunday will lead the lineup of special offers and new attractions throughout the season at Citi Field. The Mets will host the third year of post-game concerts and added a third Fireworks Night to the schedule.
2014 Promo Days
Free Shirt Fridays
Every fan in attendance on 12 Friday home dates will receive a uniquely designed Mets t-shirt. For a complete listing including photos of all t-shirts, visit mets.com/FreeShirtFridays.
Saturday Post-Game Concerts
Saturdays will feature the 2014 Mets Concert Series presented by Duane Reade with best-selling performer and Queens native 50 Cent (June 14), rock-n-rollers Huey Lewis and the News (July 12), R&B legends Boyz II Men (August 16) and pop-sensation Austin Mahone (September 27).
Every Sunday will feature family-themed giveaways to the first 15,000 fans, and the Mr. Met Dash, where kids 12 and under can run the bases after the game. Kids inflatables, face painters and balloon artists, courtesy of Send in the Clowns, will be on Mets Plaza before the game to entertain families.
There will be three Fireworks Nights at Citi Field in 2014. On July 4, there will be a special Independence Day celebration Fireworks Night presented by Citi. Fireworks will also light the sky above Citi Field Saturday, August 2 and Saturday, September 13 on Fireworks Night presented by Duane Reade.
There will also be three special bobblehead giveaways in 2014, each for the first 20,000 fans in attendance on each date. The first is Saturday, May 10 featuring a 1969 Commemorative Nolan Ryan bobblehead courtesy of Delta Air Lines, next is Saturday, August 30 which will be a Curtis Granderson bobblehead presented by Gold’s, and the final one will be on Sunday, September 28 featuring Casey Stengel courtesy of SNY & WOR.
As a happy birthday present from the Mets, fans can receive a complimentary ticket to that day’s game to celebrate their birthday at Citi Field. Fans must show a valid form of identification (birth certificate, driver’s license, passport, etc.) at the Citi Field Ticket Windows on their birthday to receive a ticket, subject to availability. The offer does not apply for games on Opening Day, March 31 or the Subway Series May 14-15. The offer ends September 28. For those celebrating birthdays when the Mets are on the road, on an off-day, in the off-season or on non-eligible games, a complimentary ticket can be redeemed for games on April 2-3, 21-24 and September 8-10.
For $24, fans can enjoy a ticket to a game in the Left Field Landing and a choice of a Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog, Two Boots pizza slice, burger or veggie burger, to go along with Nathan’s Famous French Fries and a large sized 21 oz. Pepsi-branded soda. Fans can upgrade their seating location to the Baseline Box on the Field Level for $39 per ticket. For more information, visit Mets.com/FamilyPacks.
U.S. Military personnel with active or retired military identification will receive complimentary tickets to Monday night games for themselves and up to three guests on the following Mondays: April 21, July 7, July 28, September 8 and September 15. The tickets will be available (night-of-game only) in the Ticket Office lobby in the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, subject to availability.
Military Go Free
For the games outside of Military Mondays, the Mets will continue to provide active military personnel with complimentary tickets (day-of-game only) in the Ticket Office lobby in the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, subject to availability. Accompanying non-military persons must purchase tickets, subject to availability.
Mr. Met’s Kids Club
The Kids Club has been re-launched with two membership levels. Blue memberships are free and come with one free Sunday ticket voucher and a Kids Club lanyard and rewards card. Orange memberships cost $29 and comes with four free Sunday ticket vouchers, a Kids Club t-shirt, a front-of-the-line pass for Sunday Mr. Met Dashes and a Kids Club lanyard and rewards card. Members are encouraged to check in every Sunday at the Kids Club Kiosk at Good Humor Fan Fest to qualify for special rewards.
Mets Hall of Fame & Museum
“Kiner’s Korner” will be dedicated to celebrating the life of Hall of Famer and original Mets broadcaster, Ralph Kiner. The display will feature one of his Emmy Awards, his 1986 World Series Championship ring, an index card of hand-written notes and the sign from his iconic show, Kiner’s Korner.
Fifty years have passed since the opening of Shea Stadium, and the Mets Hall of Fame and Museum will feature a special display highlighting some of the most significant moments from the Mets’ home from 1964-2008 including:
- 1961 Shea Stadium groundbreaking ceremony program
- 1969 team signed bat
- Willie Mays’s 1973 game-used batting helmet
- Mike Piazza home jersey from the 2000 World Series
- Mike Piazza’s jersey and catching helmet from the first game after the 9/11 attacks
- Endy Chavez’s jersey from “The Catch” in Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS
- Last pitching rubber used at Shea Stadium
The Jersey Wall will return this year and display the uniforms of the four Mets captains in franchise history: Gary Carter, Keith Hernandez, John Franco and David Wright.