May 16th 2015!

by 2 October 22, 2014 0 Comments

Army_5_16_15   TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE TONIGHT AT 7PM!  Since so many fans were locked out of our Opening Day outing, we decided to go ahead and release our second home game of the 2015 season. We love how enthusiastic everyone was for the first game of the season. It would be great if EVERY game of the year had that same passion. Like we've said before, the more games you want… the more we'll organize. Opening Day was $105 and sold out in an hour, game 2 on May 16th will be almost half that price at $55. As usual ticket packages will go on sale at 7pm. We don't think they'll sell out in an hour… but you should probably set an alarm to be safe. We hope the process goes smoother and you'll be able to come cheer with us all. To sit with friends and family you MUST order all the tickets in the same transaction. This is truly an amazin' fan club and it's an honor to root along side so many passionate Mets fans. UNITED WE CHEER!

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