Do/did the Mets think their tickets are underpriced?
As always I remind everyone that this ain't 60 Minutes but so far even the Mets have agreed with us on the previous anecdotes. Scott wrote me the following, and I have no reason not to believe him. I have deleted the employee's name and Scott's seat location. Scott sent this before lunch yesterday (Bay day, so I held onto it).
Scott added in a second email that the rep asked if there was anything to be done to keep his business, but no offers were made.
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Wednesday, January 06, 2010
1 Response to "Mets tickets Underpriced? Another ticket office story"
Ceetar said :
January 6, 2010 at 12:23 PM
It's probably the cheapest, by far, ticket to a major sporting event in NYC. Yankee bleachers are similar, but they're bleachers. It's even on par with Phillies cheap seats (and better in my opinion, but I've never liked that park. Of course, Phillies differential between cheap/expensive seats are not much. Either there is little demand at that price, or they're severely undercharging.)
They're also on par with the UR at Shea, with the obvious exception of infield/outfield now.