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2009 Mets April and May Single Game Tickets go on sale this Sunday, March 15 at 10:00 A.M.
03/12/2009 11:59 AM ET

The New York Mets today announced that single game tickets for April and May home games for the Inaugural Season at Citi Field will go on sale this Sunday, March 15 at 10:00 a.m. exclusively online at,, and by phone at (718) 507-TIXX. Ticket prices start at $11.

The following day, Monday, March 16 at 9:00 a.m., the sale will expand to include in-person sales locations at Citi Field's Bullpen Gate Advance Ticket Window on 126th Street at 37th Avenue, the Mets Clubhouse Shops in Manhattan (42nd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, across from Bryant Park) and at the Roosevelt Field Mall (Garden City, Long Island), and KeySpan Park in Coney Island, Brooklyn (details attached). The Mets in the weeks ahead will announce the on-sale date for single game tickets for the balance of the season.

Non-refundable service charges are applicable on, by phone, and at the Mets Clubhouse Shops. Fans will have the same access to available ticket inventory online at and, as on the (718) 507-TIXX phone line.

Single Game tickets to Opening Day at Citi Field - Monday, April 13 against the San Diego Padres - were available to the general public through an online random drawing, which generated more than 800,000 registrations. Limited inventory for Opening Day remains available in Mets Season Tickets.

Mets Season Ticket and Plan sales are pacing nearly 10% ahead of last year's comparable year-to-date record breaking sales.

Tickets for the March 29 Citi Field Big East college baseball game between St. John's University and Georgetown University and the April 3-4 exhibition games against the Boston Red Sox at Citi Field each sold out earlier this month in 45 minutes through,, and by phone at (718) 507-TIXX.

The 2009 Mets schedule - including information on promotional dates, heritage and theme days/nights, and other special events - is available at and

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