9 Days Until Opening Day: Ticket Availability

Opening is only 9 days away, and, unfortunately, there aren’t many tickets available. The game, which almost always sells out, has starting prices for $93 dollars online, and is even more expensive on the third party sites like StubHub and TiqIQ.

When one goes to Mets.com/Tickets, they see all of the games on the right. Most are at reasonable prices, and then there is Opening Day, with prices five times more expensive (which should be expected).

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When one clicks on the “Buy” button, they get the dreaded Check Inventory page, which usually means there is little to nothing left.

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After proceeding, you get directed to a newer version of Tickets.com main page, which I’m still a little new to, and don’t really like…

Strangely enough the lowest price available doesn’t match the price given in the original page, which is very confusing.

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Honestly, $249 + fees is way too much for a ballgame, especially a regular season one. Hopefully the StubHub market will take the price down to double digits, which would be a little more reasonable, at least for me.

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