Loyal 'til the Last Out!

by 2 September 05, 2013 0 Comments

  Sorry for the delay about the final home game details. We tried to speed up the process as quickly as we could, but this was the absolute earliest we could announce the news. Securing 860 seats was no easy task, but thankfully we got it done. If you already have tickets you can try to sell yours on the secondary market and join us. You won't be disappointed. Tonight at 7pm our seats will go on sale. This will be our 7th of 2013. If you'd like to sit with friends, you MUST order the tickets in the same transaction. SAVE THIS LINK FOR QUICK PURCHASING AT 7PM The package is $58 each and includes: - Ticket in the Big Apple Reserve. (field level next to the HR Apple) - Special event t-shirt. (seen above and NOT sold separately) - Mike Piazza t-shirt giveaway from Citi Field as you walk in. - Mike Piazza pre-game Mets HOF induction ceremony. - One HECK of a great time with 100's of other die hard fans. Yes, we'll have our signature thunder sticks and other fun giveaways during the game. - After party in McFadden's after the game. (21+) We are 3-3 in events this year. Lets finish our season above .500!


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