Mets Opening Day Tickets Now $39?

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This is good. $39 tickets in for Opening Day?

I know the Citi presale starts today at noon and I gather this is where Eric got the screen grab from. I wonder if this is just a promo price for the Citi promotion or if this will be where the ticket pice is going to land instead of $63 bucks.

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9 Responses

  1. Gary Dunaier says:

    Prices are the same for the Mets Season Ticket Holder Presale which also started today.

  2. Gary Dunaier says:

    That is, the prices for the Mets Season Ticket Holder Presale are the same as the prices for the Citi presale.

  3. MetsBro says:

    Didn’t a Mets representative say that the $63 ticket price were just because they were allowing people to purchase in December for the first time ever? I thought they said prices will be reduced as the season approachs – which this supports. Single tickets for plan holders go on sale tomorrow so we will know more then.

  4. Lou says:

    That was for Prom Outfield, which were not available previously and are already sold out. Prom Reserved is still the same $63.

  5. 5w30 says:

    Soon they’ll be 2-for-1.

  6. Jerry says:

    Goon, Which ticket plan do you own?

  7. Kathy C says:

    Just my rotten luck, after spending over $100 for one ticket in half-ass seats.

  8. Kathy C says:

    I should’ve learned from last year. After spending $150 for two Opening Day tickets, when I arrived at Citi Field they were running a buy-one-get-one-free ticket promotion for that day. Ugh.

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