Monday, December 10, 2012

The 7 Line Gives Mets Fans More Value For Their Opening Day Buck

The Mets Opening Day ticket price increase has been well documented both here and elsewhere. However there are options. As a matter of fact, it would seem Mets fans looking to score Opening Day tickets right now have at least 3 options.

Option 1: Stay home
Who could blame you. With Opening Day prices shooting up this year I can't blame anyone who wants no part of it.   If you do want to go to the game though there are other options.

Option 2: The Mets Holiday "Sale"
This "sale" gets you a ticket in one of the worst seats in the house for the advertised low low price of $63 dollars. Of course when you add shipping and other fees the price balloons to $77.25. This gets you one ticket and a magnetic schedule on the day of the game. If you want you can have your ticket shipped in a fancy box for another $9 and why wouldn't you. (You can save $5 by printing at home so if you don't need a printed ticket your price is $72.25)
Option 3: Opening Day With The 7 Line Army
For $99 after S&H, you can sit on field level in the Big Apple reserved section with 899 other crazy Mets fans. In addition to the ticket you get a t-shirt and some kind of kooky sunglasses to wear as well as some other goodies. Oh yeah and you still get the magnetic schedule. This is the option I went with. I'd rather spend $100 to sit field level as opposed to $75 to sit upstairs. Never mind the swag that comes with it.

Full disclosure, The 7 Line is a friend of The Apple so yes I'm doing a little free advertising for a buddy here, but they really don't need it. These tickets are going to sell out super fast. I just want to give my readers a chance to get in on this deal. So if you want to hang with me and some other crazies on opening day head over to The 7 Line and order yours now before they're gone!

Also, stay tuned for details on The Apple's Opening day tailgate!

No Mets were harmed in the writing of this story. Follow me on Twitter @readtheapple.

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