With their surprising trade deadline acquisition of Marcus Stroman, the Mets signaled that, rather than sellers, they were buyers. The front-office's faith seems to have helped fuel the team's recent run, to within 1 games of the second wild-card position. For Mets fans looking to see the Amazins' make a run at the post-season, tickets are available for all of the remaining games are available for every game under $15 on the secondary ticket market. The most expensive games are remaining are against the Nationals, who currently hold one of the two wild-card positions, with tickets starting at $23. The cheapest tickets for the rest of the 2019 season are $10 for 500-level tickets, against the Indians, Phillies and Cubs--all teams currently in playoff position.
For fans looking to see the action a little closer to the field, 300-level Caesars box seats start around $60 for most games at Citi Field. 400-level Promenade Box tickets start around $30 most games. Baseline Box seats in the 100s level start as low a $50 for most games. Despite the recent run of wins, and one of the best pitching rotations in baseball, the Mets have the second-cheapest average price in baseball, ahead of only the Tampa Bay Rays. Below is a seating chart for a sample Mets game at Citi Field with prices by zone.
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