Where to Find The Cheapest New York Mets Tickets + 2021 Attendance Policy

Where To Buy 2021 New York Mets Tickets

Single-game, season tickets, and ticket packages are available on the primary market through the Mets partner MPV. 
 
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all New York Mets games which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 
 
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New York Mets 2021 Season Tickets & Premium Options

Season Tickets

The New York Mets and Citi Field have three ticket plans available: packages for 20 or 40 games, and full-season tickets. Ticket-plan holders get extra amenities, which may include parking passes, special entrances, or access to special events and postseason games. 
 
20-Game Packages: These plans are available for weekdays only, Sundays only, or Saturdays only, and start at $405 for seats in Promenade Reserved for the weekday only packages. All packages include a handful of games against premium opponents. 
 
40-Game Packages: Known as the Delta Share Plan, this ticket package includes tickets to a combination of weekend and weekday games, and seats are in the Delta seating area, starting at $5,754 for the season. The Delta seating area is the first 20 rows behind home plate between the dugouts, and fans get access to the Delta Club with tickets.  Delta Share Plans are also available for 20-game plans. 
 
Full-Season Tickets:  Season tickets for every Mets home game are available all over Citi Field, starting at $1,527 for Promenade Reserved seats and going up to $35,115 for seats in the Clover Platinum section, which are directly behind home plate. 
 

Premium Options

Empire Suites: Available for lease, the Empire Suites include access to premium clubs throughout Citi Field, the Hodges VIP Gate, and a climate-controlled environment in which to watch the game, enjoy food and beverage, or sink into club-style seating. The suites are available for 10, 20, 40 or full-season lease, and seat between 16-31 fans. Former Mets players and staff and Mr. Met visit the suites. 
 
Clover Home Plate Club: This club includes extra-padded seats in the first eight rows behind home plate as well as all-inclusive food-and-beverage options both in the Club and at concession stands around the ballpark. In the Club, fans will find a "chef special menu" as well as a pay-as-you-go full bar, and private rest rooms. Club ticket holders get complimentary parking. 
 
Hyundai Club: Located high above home plate, this Club offers panoramic views, all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages, and a "chef special menu" for each home stand. Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase at the full bar. Outside the Club, fans will sit in cushy seats. 
 
Delta Club: This Club features two full-service bars, a market/snack area, and access to the Chop House. The Club has a sit-down dining area with wait service. Delta Club ticket holders also get theater-style padded outdoor seats with in-seat service. 
 
Metropolitan Platinum: These seats are located in the first two rows behind the dugout, and fans get access to four exclusive locations at Citi Field: the Delta Club, Blue Point Patio, Foxwoods Club, and Jim Beam Club. The seats feature in-game wait service.

2021 New York Mets Attendance Policies

According to SiLive, both of New York's Major League Baseball stadiums will be able to operate at 10% capacity to start the season. For the New York Mets, that means fewer than 4,500 fans can be in the stands in the 41,922-seat stadium. 
 
The Mets have not yet updated their website with a 2021 attendance policy, but given state COVID-19 restrictions, it's fair for fans to expect to be seated in small groups socially distanced from one another, and to be required to wear face coverings while in the stadium. 

New York Mets COVID-19 And Health And Safety Guidelines

Thought the Mets have not yet provided any health and safety guidelines on their website, here's a look at what's reasonable to expect at Citi Field, according to SiLive and Ballpark Digest:
  • Patrons and staff will be required to show a negative PCR test, given within 72 hours of the game (even if you've been vaccinated)
  • Fans will get temperature checks upon entering the stadium
  • Contact information will be collected from all fans in the event that contact tracing is required
  • Fans will be required to wear face coverings, likely for the whole time they're at the ballpark, unless actively eating or drinking. It's reasonable to expect that bandanas or masks with valves will not be permitted
  • Fans will likely be required to social distance, both in their seats, and if they are up and about to purchase food/drinks or use the restroom
  • Fans can expect that Citi Field will be continuously sanitized throughout the game, with special attention to high-traffic areas, and sanitation stations will be be readily available
  • It's likely that contactless payment options will be encouraged throughout CifiField

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