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2010 15-Game Plans and Prices Released

Dan Twohig, Mets Police Detective

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As I mentioned earlier, I received tthe 15 game plan schedules in the mail today
Here are the plans:

FRIDAY-PLUS
Ticket Prices are:
  • LF Landing - $592 per seat
  • Promenade Box - $ 518
  • Promenade Reserve Inf - $370
  • Promenade Reserve - $281

Fri. 4/9 Nationals
Fri. 4/23 Braves
Mon. 4/26 Dodgers
Fri. 5/7 Giants
Fri. 5/21 Yankees
Tue. 6/8 Padres
Fri. 6/25 Twins
Wed. 7/7 Reds
Fri. 7/30 Diamondbacks
Fri. 8/13 Phillies
Tue. 8/24 Marlins
Fr. 8/27 Astros
fr. 9/17 Braves
Tue. 9/28 Brewers
Fri. 10/1 Nationals

SATURDAY-PLUS PLAN

Ticket Prices are:
  • LF Landing - $592
  • Promenade Box - $ 518
  • Promenade Reserve Inf - $370
  • Promenade Reserve - $281

Sat. 4/10 Nationals
Tue. 4/20 Cubs
Sat. 4/24 Braves
Sat. 5/8 Giants
Tue. 5/11 Nationals
Sat. 5/22 Yankees
Sat. 6/5 Marlins
Thu. 6/24 Tigers
Sat. 7/10 Braves
Sat. 7/31 Diamondbacks
Wed. 8/11 Rockies
Sat. 8/28 Astros
Sat. 9/11 Phillies
Wed. 9/15 Pirates
Sat. 10/2 Nationals

SUNDAY-PLUS PLAN

Ticket Prices are:

  • LF Landing - $636
  • Promenade Box - $539
  • Promenade Reserve Inf - $385
  • Promenade Reserve - $293

Wed. 4/7 Marlins
Sun. 4/11 Nationals
Sun. 4/25 Braves
Sun. 5/23 Yankees
Thu. 5/27 Phillies
Sun. 6/6 Marlins
Sun. 6/27 Twins
Sun. 7/11 Braves
Wed. 7/28 Cardinals
Sun. 8/15 Phillies
Thu. 8/26 Marlins
Sun. 9/12 Phillies
Thu. 9/16 Pirates
Sun. 9/19 Braves
Sun. 10/3 Nationals

WEEKEND-PLUS PLAN

Ticket Prices are:

  • LF Landing - $536
  • Promenade Box - $469
  • Promenade Reserve Inf - $335
  • Promenade Reserve - $253

Thu. 4/8 Marlins
Wed. 4/21 Cubs
Sun. 5/9 Giants
Tue. 5/25 Phillies
Fri. 6/4 Marlins
Tue. 6/22 Tigers
Sat. 6/26 Twins
Mon. 7/5 Reds
Fri. 7/9 Braves
Sun. 8/1 Diamondbacks
Sat. 8/14 Phillies
Sun. 8/29 Astros
Fri. 9/10 Phillies
Sat. 9/18 Braves
Wed. 9/29 Brewers

WEEKDAY PLAN

Ticket Prices are:

  • LF Landing - $592
  • Promenade Box - $ 518
  • Promenade Reserve Inf - $370
  • Promenade Reserve - $281

Mon. 4/5 Marlins
Mon. 4/19 Cubs
Thu. 4/22 Cubs
Tue. 4/27 Dodgers
Mon. 5/10 Nationals
Wed. 5/26 Phillies
Wed. 6/9 Padres
Wed. 6/23 Tigers
Tue. 7/6 Reds
Tue. 7/27 Cardinals
Tue. 8/10 Rockies
Wed. 8/25 Marlins
Tue. 9/14 Pirates
Mon. 9/27 Brewers
Thu. 9/30 Brewers


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6 Responses to "2010 15-Game Plans and Prices Released"
Scott said :
November 24, 2009 at 8:03 PM
So basically, nothing happened last year in the eyes of Mets officials. Wonder how long it takes em to realize their phones aren't ringing. It seriously must be nice to be rich enough to run something into the ground with no regard for common sense!
kjs said :
November 24, 2009 at 9:25 PM
Fellow fans:

If you are canceling your plan(s), please don't just rip up the invoice. Invest the 43 cents and let the Mets know why.

I'm sending back my two invoices, my obstructed-view ticket from Section 504, and a note that I will not enter any plan unless the seats are unobstructed, behind home plate, include only 13 Friday or Saturday games, and request a full refund for my obstructed seat, a refund for my ticket---including fees, and a 40% reduction off the current seat prices. (My ticket partner has already rejected renewing his half of any deal; he'll root for the Mets, but will shift his hopes to the BoSox).

Thanks...

kjs

If not, Adios Los(t) Mets...
November 25, 2009 at 9:41 AM
You guys seem to always think that you're entitled to pay less, when that's not true at all. The Mets are a business, just like every other baseball team. Their primary goal is to make money. It's how every business works.
November 25, 2009 at 10:55 AM
Scott and the previous poster have the right idea though. The Mets need to understand that the dreaded troika - bad team, bad prices and bad economy - mean that they will have to price reasonably. The corporate fan(s) have been and will be laid off and/or unable to expense their tickets going forward. The real fans want back in but not at those prices. Maybe instead of signing an aging 35 year old to a multi-million dollar contract, run your business sensibly and really work on your farm system. d.u.h.
ceetar said :
November 25, 2009 at 11:56 AM
Nothing major here. $20-$25 a ticket for Prom reserve infield seems decent.

I do prefer the 13 Saturdays as part of a saturday pack, but we knew this going in.
Scott said :
November 25, 2009 at 9:19 PM
Mike, how do you make money by losing ticket holders? Not only doe it hurt them in the gates, but it also hurts them in the parking and concessions. The Mets may be a business, but they certainly aren't well run. I guarantee you they will make less money than this year because they don't know how to run a business.

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