Hey if you like spending money on tolls, parking and expensive food while listening to your kids ask when we’re leaving to beat traffic, the Mets have great news!
Not sure why they are limiting the giveaways at 12,000. Even the Wilpons weren’t that cheap!
METS TICKETS FOR REMAINDER OF 2021 SEASON GO ON SALE THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 5 AT 10 AM AT METS.COM
Capacity to Increase to 33,875 Fans Starting June 11
FLUSHING, N.Y., June 3, 2021 – The New York Mets today announced tickets for the remainder of the team’s home schedule will go on sale this Saturday, June 5 at 10 a.m. at Mets.com/Tickets. Starting with the Mets’ upcoming homestand, Citi Field’s capacity will increase to 33,875 (approximately 78 percent capacity) in accordance with New York State Department of Health mandates with 90 percent of those seats in fully vaccinated sections.
The Mets return home for a weekend series against the San Diego Padres Friday, June 11-Sunday, June 13. The homestand continues with a four-game set vs. the Chicago Cubs Monday, June 14-Thursday, June 17. The following homestand includes doubleheaders Monday, June 21 against the Atlanta Braves and Friday, June 25 against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Highlights for June and July include:
PROMOTIONS (first 12,000 fans)
- Jeff McNeil Bobblehead presented by the Hospital for Special Surgery Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12
- Mr. & Mrs. Met Rally Towel Sunday, June 13
- Pride Night T-Shirt presented by Citi Friday, June 25
- “Ya Gotta Believe” T-Shirt presented by Ford Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27
- Remember Everyone Deployed T-Shirt presented by Fiserv Friday, July 9
- Jacob deGrom Replica Jersey presented by GEICO Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, July 11
- Six-Can Cooler presented by Premio Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25
- Francisco Lindor T-Shirt presented by New Balance Friday, July 30
- Mets Hall of Fame Challenge Coins presented by Jake’s 58 Saturday, July 31
- Fireworks Night Friday, July 23
- Mets Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Saturday, July 31: Edgardo Alfonzo, Ron Darling and Jon Matlack will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame before the Mets host the Reds at 7:10 p.m. Al Jackson will be posthumously honored with the Mets Hall of Fame Achievement Award for contributions to the organization.
- Jerry Koosman #36 Retirement Ceremony Saturday, August 28: The Mets will honor Jerry Koosman, the winningest left-handed pitcher in club history, in a pregame uniform number retirement ceremony prior to the Mets playing the Washington Nationals.
NEW FOOD & BEVERAGE OFFERINGS
The Mets are excited to announce some new additions to Citi Field’s All-Star culinary lineup this season:
- Patsy’s Pizzeria, a NYC pizza dynasty since 1933
- Tipsy Scoop, blending the magic of hand-crafted ice cream with the mastery of a perfectly mixed cocktail
- Two new Citi Field-exclusive concepts in partnership with Aramark – From the Stretch, a new twist on grilled cheese, and Vegan City
- Citi Field will also reopen some fan favorites: Blue Smoke, El Verano Taqueria, Sweet Chick and more
With anticipated increases in attendance, the Mets encourage fans to take mass transit and arrive early to enter the ballpark and use either Health Pass on the CLEAR app or Excelsior Pass for easy vaccination identification. For updated information on Citi Field safety protocols, visit Mets.com/SafeAtCiti.