I guess what I mean is that i don't know who will be playing for them. Don't you think they should let us know that first before asking us to buy their damned tickets?
My dad and I get a package every year. It's fun to go and spend time with him. We usually make a lot of the money back by selling a bigger game, such as a yankees game. This year, we got the entire ASG package. So we're thinking of going to the HR derby and selling the actual game to make money back on it. I know they bumped the price up, but I still enjoy going out every single game I go to
If you're giving the Coupons money then you're signing off on more losing and no future. It's that simple, every dollar you give them extends the misery.
We're the only people who can force these ***** out.
Didn't Spindy say the Mets would move fast on DW and RA?
Oh yeah, he did.
season tickets are for suckers
on stubhub mets tickets are routinely around 2-3 dollars for a upper seat and no more then 15 for a seat in the bottom half of the stadium
i went to a game in september and paid like .75 a ticket
Over under selling out 40 games next year? Im going under
Seriously, how about showing us the team will be worth watching next year first
People are acting like there is a gun held to your head and you have to buy these tickets. They released tickets for next year. Big deal. I am sure every will wake up in the morning unharmed.
Enough with the immaturity, seriously.
FoC, you're in PR. You know business. You don't try to get people to NOT buy your product despite it sucking. It's their job to shill it and to get people to buy it.
There will always be people looking to buy them, and there's nothing wrong with them sending out an e-mail.
There are many things to be critical of, but this isn't one.
Raising ticket prices after last season is certainly one, but not them sending an e-mail for you to purchase them. They need money, what else will they do?
It's sad they are using the ASG as a carrot to raise ticket prices.
There is seriously no justification for it especially this year when they are possibly lowering payroll again.
At the very least they should keep ticket prices the same from last year.
I honestly don't get the Mets, they see how bad ticket sales were last year and how frustrated the fan base is about how poorly the team has performed in recent years and the first thing that pops into their heads is "Hey I know, let's raise ticket prices"
We all understand its a business, but that is just classless.