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Mets reduce ticket prices for 201111/03/2010 11:16 AM ET
By nym - prices / MLB.com
FLUSHING, N.Y., November 3, 2010 - The New York Mets today announced a restructured ticket pricing program for 2011 that includes a reduction of ticket prices by an average of more than 14% from last season. In addition, season ticket, ticket plan and group ticket customers receive an additional 10% discount.
Within the 14%-plus average price decrease, the Mets have made a full range of market-based adjustments to Citi Field's 41,800 seats:
Season Ticket Holders will begin receiving their invoices - which reflect their additional 10% discounts - by next week.
Season Ticket Holders also will have access to once-in-a-lifetime opportunities through the new "Amazin' Mets Perks" (AMP) program of unique benefits and experiences. Season Ticket Holders who pay in full by December 15 will automatically be eligible for the "30-Day Amazin' Mets Perks" Daily Awards. Hundreds of winners will be chosen overall, with awards starting on November 21 and continuing daily to December 20.
The Mets have revised their variable pricing plan to four tiers named as followed: Marquee (four games), Premium (22), Classic (25) and Value (30).
The Mets have increased the number of tickets that cost $15 or less by 45% to 384,000 from 264,206 last season. Almost 2 million tickets, or 61% of total capacity, cost $50 or less, up from 54% in 2010. Single game tickets start at $12.
"The Mets are committed to providing quality and value to our fans," said Dave Howard, Executive Vice President, Business Operations. "We reduced ticket prices for 2011 based on fan feedback and marketplace information. We introduced Season Ticket Holder discounts and the 'Amazin' Mets Perks' program as a way to thank and reward them for their loyalty and commitment."
The complete list of Mets ticket prices, Season Ticket Holder benefits, and the 2011 Mets schedule is posted above and listed online at Mets.com
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