— Days Without Shea —

Citi_snow_021408LoHud Mets blog has some great video of the press tour of Citi Field Monday. You can see the clip here.

Also, Matthew Cerrone from MetsBlog.com was at the media tour and reported this re: the fate of mini-plan holders:

People who are currently have full season ticket plans for this year at Shea Stadium will get first priority to buy season tickets for Citi Field.  The team has yet to make a decision on what will happen to people who have partial season-ticket plans at Shea, with regards to Citi, though they are hoping to make an announcement soon.

I was just on the phone with the Mets ticket office this morning. The rep said he thinks an announcement on a plan for partial plan holders could come right after Opening Day. That’s the best news I’ve heard in a bit. Stay tuned…



[February 14, 2008 3:06 PM]  |  link  |  reply
Eli said

I don't know. I think they could announce that they won't be able to accomodate some or all partial season plans. I can see them getting rid of the current Sat/Sun plans (my plan).

[February 14, 2008 4:15 PM]  |  link  |  reply
Kingman replied to Eli

Wilpon addressed the 12K less seats in CitiField during that video clip. He said those extra seats only get filled 10x a year. If that were true, then in theory the Mets should be able to accommodate all plans - full and partial. But I think you're right and they will whack plans.

[February 25, 2008 12:18 AM]  |  link  |  reply
Stan said

Hopefully, they've improved the process in 25 years. We got clobbered in the Jets move from Shea to the Meadowlands.


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