First reaction to the 2011 Mets Ticket prices

I went back and looked…last year I posted about the 2010 prices on November 11th, so the timing is similar.  I was wondering they accelerated the announcement to get in under the cover of Sandy…the beat reporters will be distracted by Sandy reporting for work….but I’m probably over-thinking it.

It seems that for a schmoe like me the seats will cost about the same…I can’t be bothered to see how many Titanium Games there were last year, but from memory I often had $25 or $35 on my seats.

As I mentioned yesterday I bet the weekend plans will be that 10+5 crap which is disappointing.

I’m waiting for the Dave Howard Mathematics on this one which will explain how prices were reduced.

Overall, I’m underwhelmed and the 8 zillion (actually 70) different prices seems silly.

I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments!

Some unofficial 2011 Mets ticket prices statistics
Mets announce 2011 ticket prices
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5 Replies to “First reaction to the 2011 Mets Ticket prices”

  1. It would be nice if they could come up with a pricing scheme that didn’t look like it came from an IRS publication.

    I’ll wait for details on the plans & single game ticket sales… full season tickets were never in my budget.

  2. As a former season ticket holder, I can say at least the Mets FINALLY wised up and gave discounts for season tickets. The absurdity of that is 1 of the reasons I gave up my seats. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not getting season tickets since the value’s still not there but at least there is now some benefit opposed to a stupid gift and media guide.

  3. I cant wait for Dave Howards BS also. I’m still smarting from when he said that it build character rooting for a loosing team.

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