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Monday, August 13, 2018

Mets Should Bring Back the Flex Packs



Since we are on ticketing today, one of our readers...Wait who am I kidding, my only reader sent me this and he is right.

Hello ticket office,


I think you need to broaden your ticket and plan packages beyond 20, 41 and full. This would have hundreds of fans if not thousands buying from the Mets and not Stubhub. Look at this from 2011: -from my reader to the Mets ticketing





New Mets Flex Ticket Packs on Sale

NEW METS FLEX PACKS ON SALE NOW


Five-, 11- and 17-Game Packs Come With Ticket to a Bonus Game;

Each Pack Includes a Ticket to Opening Day or One Subway Series Game


Order Fees Waived Until February 26


Flex Packs Start at $99 Per Seat and Are Available Now

Online at Mets.com and by Phone at (718) 507-TIXX


FLUSHING, N.Y., February 8, 2011 – The New York Mets today announced the introduction of new Mets Flex Packs starting at $99 per seat.  The five-, 11- and 17-game packs all come with a ticket to a bonus game. Each pack also includes a ticket to Opening Day or one of the Subway Series games, and the Mets will waive order fees for fans who purchase Flex Packs before February 26.  Mets Flex Packs are on sale online at Mets.com and by phone at (718) 507-TIXX.

Mets Flex Packs provide fans access to games of their choice before single-game tickets go on sale.  Flex Pack holders will also receive access to potential postseason games at Citi Field.

Five, Eleven, and Seventeen game packs, hmmmm. I can see families doing a David Wright/Kranepool flex pack. Five games, no big commitment to locking into dates and be able to do other things in the summer.  I can see maybe even a 12 game pack too. Still not too much of a commitment time wise and you might be able to even get @metspolice to buy a plan again. I wouldn't expect them to do a 17 pack because of the 20 game plans. I do think if the Mets were to add those other two options they might get more fannies in the seats. Baseball needs all the help it can get.

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