Ok guys! The time has come to decide where we’re gonna sit this August in Baltimore. We’ve worked out a couple options with our ticket rep.
We aren’t sure how many fans will be joining us, so the number of seats and the price will be a factor here. We can be much closer to the field, with less seats and pay a little more OR go upstairs with an extra 300+ additional fans, be further from the action, but save a little money.
Unlike some of the other outings we won’t be able to add more seats. If the section with 700 sells out instantly, that’ll be it. Really tough call.
Keep in mind this game also lands on a Tuesday. This will be a first for us, so we have no idea how to gauge interest.
What do ya think? Please take a second to comment below with your thoughts. Thank you!
HAPPY MARCH! 100% of the profits from calendar sales in the month of March will be donated to PROJECT WALK ORLANDO in the name of our Miss March, Amanda Perla.
Project Walk Orlando exists to provide those living with a spinal cord injury the opportunity to achieve their greatest recovery potential and an overall increased quality of life. Let’s go Mets! Let’s go Amanda!
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Mets vs Braves
Saturday June 20th 2015
966 tickets between sections 232-240 (see graphic).
$54 price includes:
Ticket to the game
Special event t-shirt
One heck of a time with 956 other die hard Mets fans!
TICKETS WILL GO UP ON THURSDAY MARCH 19TH AT 7PM!
We’re pulling out all the stops for this one! Game, t-shirt, thundersticks, custom “Shea Bridge” Knockaround sunglasses and tailgate party pig roast with Pig Guy NYC. This will be our biggest blowout of the summer.
ON SALE THURSDAY MARCH 12th AT 7PM
Saturday June 13th
Mets vs Braves
Noon tailgate party
Tell ya friends and come party with The 7 Line Army.
TICKETS WILL GO UP ON MONDAY 2/23 AT 7PM
Saturday May 23rd 2015
We’ve visited PNC before and the ballpark is absolutely incredible. With close to 1,000 fellow Mets fans this experience will absolutely be one not to miss.
We will not be offering any transportation or lodging with this trip. We feel fans like the freedom to travel at their own pace and pick hotels that best fit their needs. We’ve decided to stay at the Springhill Suites By Marriott which is directly across from the stadium. Rooms are still available if you’d like to book there as well. Really can’t beat the convenience of walking to the game and not worrying about driving or parking.
As the game nears, we’ll pick a local bar as a meet up spot and all roll in together.
$45 price includes:
Ticket to the game
Special event t-shirt
One heck of a time with 965 other die hard Mets fans!
To sit with friends/family the tickets MUST be ordered together in the SAME TRANSACTION. Tickets/shirts will be mailed about 1.5 weeks before the game.
Come cheer with the largest supporter section in baseball! UNITED WE CHEER!
The 2nd round of tickets are now gone as well. Demand is just far greater than supply. Sorry to all those disappointed fans on this one! Crazy that 1,300 just wasn’t enough. There should be tickets available all around the stadium as the game nears. Grab one of those, toss on your favorite Mets gear and join in on the cheers. No doubt you’ll be able to hear us all throughout the ballpark. Let’s paint the whole place orange & blue! LGM!
GOOD NEWS! We locked up 300 more tickets for the Bronx Invasion! THE TICKETS WILL GO UP TONIGHT (Tuesday 2/10) AT 7PM. CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING.
These seats are in 433 which is a NO ALCOHOL section. The other tickets we sold last Thursday are located directly to the right and left of this one.
PLEASE REMEMBER. If you are buying these tickets, you are aware that this is a no alcohol section. Their stadium, their rules and we have to abide by them. We have a great track record and we hope you’ll help keep it that way. You can drink beers down near the concession area, but no alcohol may be brought up to this section. Please keep that in mind when buying and play by the rules when you get to the game.
In 2013 we rolled with three hundred, last year was five hundred and our goal for this year was a thousand. With the addition of these 300 this will bring our total to THIRTEEN HUNDRED tickets. That is absolutely CRAZY.
BUT… DID YOU FIX THE SITE?!?!?!
Technically since 1,000 tickets sold it wasn’t broken, but we did tweak a couple things. We added a special alert that will inform you of what is going on if you can’t add products to your cart. If another shopper already has what you’re trying to buy in their cart, the product will be unavailable to add. We totally understand how frustrating that must have been for some of you. Sorry again.
Since supply is very limited, we’ll be eliminating the women’s sizes on this sale of 300. That will cut down on available options and will hopefully help you check out faster. You can request the shirt size be changed to a women’s size afterwards by shooting us an e-mail with your transaction number.
Are there going to be disappointed people? Unfortunately, yes. That is inevitable when the demand is far greater than the supply. Fact is this is a very hot ticket and when everyone goes to the site at the exact same time, it’s basically a race to see who can get items in their cart first.
That was ugly! We apologize to all of you who had cart issues. We were closely watching the sales and honestly the 1,000 tickets could have sold out in the first 5 minutes. If we had 2,000 tickets we believe they’d have sold out as well.
WE ALREADY CONTACTED THE YANKEES ABOUT ACQUIRING MORE TICKETS. We’ll keep you posted on that as we know.
When we released our Opening Day tickets in October this same issue arose and we were told by the cart host that the problem was since fixed. Our next sale (May 16th game) had no issues, but was also not in as high of a demand as this “Bronx Invasion”.
We totally understand that some of you were on the site at exactly 7pm and still could not get through. We have absolutely no explanation why that would be and agree it is totally unacceptable. We are getting to the bottom of it now and if this is something that can’t absolutely be corrected, we’ll have to find a better system that can handle it.
Simple fact is we have two employees and the other 353 days a year (we have 12 outings) our site works completely fine for what we need. To get a Ticketmaster or StubHub style site would be great, but for the time being we aren’t to that level. If that is the only solution though, we’ll have to do it.
We really are doing the best we can to make you all happy. It’s never our intention to anger anyone who is trying to support us and the team. This is supposed to be a fun brand and none of us want you to be upset.
Please have faith in us as we try to fix this and make it right. Hopefully we can grab more tickets and all of you who missed out can still join.
My sincere apologies.