Now I know some of my friends who dropped their plans are going to be asking me to hook them up. “Why do you have a plan, you are a fool.”
YOUR 2015 POSTSEASON TICKET ACCESS OPPORTUNITY IS SEPTEMBER 3
We are pleased to be able to offer 2015 Season Ticket Holders the opportunity to purchase additional 2015 Postseason Strips beginning at 2:00 P.M. ET on Thursday, September 3 and ending at 5:00 P.M. ET on Friday, September 4.
Simply log in to your My Mets Tickets Account using the account number below and click on the “Special Offers” button at the top of the page to access your postseason offer. The number of additional postseason strips you may purchase will be based on availability and will be communicated to you via email on September 3. You must purchase all of your desired additional postseason strips in one transaction. Additional strips will be available at the public strip price on a first come, first served basis and per ticket and order fees will apply. Seating locations are not guaranteed, so we recommend that you purchase early for the best available location. We also recommend utilizing a desktop or laptop, as this offer may not be compatible with all mobile devices or tablets.
Your Account Number:
As a courtesy, you will receive a follow up email today containing the password to the above account. We strongly encourage you to log into your account today, or another time prior to your postseason purchase opportunity next week, to be sure you can log in successfully. Please note that this is an online only purchase opportunity; postseason strips are not available for purchase over the phone.
A 2015 Mets Postseason strip includes tickets to all 12 of the potential Mets home games that could be played during the 2015 Postseason. These games include:
Tiebreaker (1 game)
Wild Card (1 game)
National League Division Series (3 games)
National League Championship Series (4 games)
World Series (3 games)
Official game dates and times for Mets home games will be determined based on the Mets final standing and MLB scheduling.
For more 2015 postseason information, including refund details for games not played, please visit mets.com/postseason.
Due to the US Open hosting Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day at the National Tennis Center on Saturday, August 29, the Mets encourage fans and ticket holders planning to attend Saturday’s game vs. the Boston Red Sox to commute to Citi Field via mass transit and arrive early for the game.
The Jackie Robinson Rotunda will open at 2:05 p.m. on Saturday. Only the first 15,000 fans through the gates will receive the free 1986 World Championship Bobblehead.
The 7 Line is the fast, convenient and “green” way to travel to the game. The Mets-Willets Point stop is adjacent to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda.
Direct LIRR service to Citi Field is available from Penn Station, Woodside and all stations on the Port Washington Branch.
Those traveling from Long Island or southern Queens on other branches can reach Citi Field by changing trains at Woodside, just a five-minute ride from the ballpark.
Fans from NYC or New Jersey can board any Port Washington Branch train at Penn Station, which is just a quick 19 minutes away on the LIRR. Citi Field is just 17 minutes from Great Neck and 27 minutes from Port Washington.