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Saturday, February 20, 2021

Mets Spring Training Tickets on sale


A limited amount of Mets Spring Training Single Game Tickets are on sale now! The Mets will open their 24-game exhibition season against the Marlins in Jupiter on March 1. The first home game at Clover Park in Port St. Lucie will be Tuesday, March 2 vs. Houston. The Mets will play the Marlins, Nationals, Cardinals and Astros six times each. 

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Spring Training Information

Important information about the upcoming 2021 Spring Training season at Clover Park: 
  • The Mets are taking several measures to host people safely at the facility. This includes posting social distancing markers, requiring masks to be worn, installing hand sanitizer stations, utilizing pod seating and having staff disinfect and sanitize common areas.
  • For the safety of fans attending games, tickets will be available in pods ranging in size from 1-6 seats. When purchasing a pod of seats, all seats in the designated pod must be purchased together.
  • Seating pods may not be split amongst parties that do not know each other. The reselling or forwarding of portions of a seat pod to multiple parties is strictly prohibited.
  • Capacity at the ballpark will be limited to 20% to maintain social distancing. All seating pods will be seated at least six (6) feet from any other seating pod. Attendees must maintain six (6) feet of distance from anyone not in their seating pod at all times while inside Clover Park.
  • All attendees age two (2) years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times on ballpark property other than when actively eating or drinking at their ticketed seats.
  • Attendees who do not comply with the face covering policy may be required to leave the ballpark.
  • In order to reduce touch points between employees and guests, no bags will be permitted except for those that are carried for medical reasons or manufactured diaper bags that accompany infants and young children.

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