— Days Without Shea —

Filed under: Baseball | Mets | Shea | Tickets
by Kingman on February 7 at 9:00PM

LogeSignI admit it, I was cranky before when I wrote about Santana’s evil ways at Shea.

So lets move on. Do you wanna go to the last game at Shea? Or Opening Day? Great! This year, the Mets are doing something special. They have bundled most of the Opening Day, Subway Series and Shea Finale tickets into 7–pack ticket plans. But a handful of these ducats will be available to you and countless scalpers in a special lottery drawing. Just go here to apply. Winners will be announced February 19 – 22. As the site says:

The online random drawing will be the sole means of purchasing single game tickets for these games.

The Mets have launched the online ticket registration to provide fans a fair and convenient way to purchase tickets from the limited availability for Opening Day, Subway Series, and the Final Regular Season Game at Shea. The limited inventory is a result of a significant increase in year-to-date sales of Season Tickets, Ticket Plans and Packs, which also offer tickets to Opening Day, the Subway Series and the Final Regular Season Game at Shea.

Good luck!

[February 8, 2008 2:06 PM]  |  link  |  reply
Doug said

I am all for the random drawing. "Fair" is not the same for everyone. With the on-line drawing, it affords more people with the opportunity to get tickets. The old "Lets Camp Out" method was unfair to those who couldn't afford to camp out - due to work, distance from the venue, etc. - and secure their tickets.

You can't please all the people all the time....


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