The new Party City Deck at Citi Field is awesome. We hosted an event out there back in May and all that attended had a great time. Click HERE to read all about that.
The service was awesome, the view is unbeatable, our bellies were filled with unlimited food and booze, Kevin Burkhardt dropped by to choke out Randy from ReadTheApple.com and most importantly the Mets won. I personally feel that there is no better place in the stadium to watch a game; especially at the price they are selling tickets for. That night was $150 and included a t-shirt that I designed for our guests, the service charges and gratuity. I easily put down $40 in beers before the game even started since they open the gates 2 hours prior to the first pitch.
Yesterday there was some buzz floating around Twitter for the 4th of July game. The price is $100 per ticket and that also includes the unlimited beers and food. I contacted my ticket rep Chris Leuth and he confirmed that they still have plenty of tickets available. You’ll have to cover your own gratuity for the servers and I might produce a special t-shirt for our crew if any of you are interested. If you don’t have any holiday plans booked yet you should definitely consider this game. I already inquired about future weekend games and they are basically all sold out.
I am going to buy mine direct through Chris and instead of me shelling out the loot again with this short amount of notice I recommend you all do the same. He will walk you through the ordering process and depending on what you’d like he will either mail out the tickets or leave them for you at the will call window. Chris has been awesome the past two seasons dealing with me booking games for The 7 Line events.
Game starts at 1:10pm so the gates will open at 11am. The service starts immediately on the deck and goes to the last pitch (unlike the 7th inning stretch in the stands).
WITH EVERYTHING INCLUDED THIS IS DEFINITELY WORTH THE $100 PRICE TAG! SEEYA THERE!
Call Chris Leuth direct: 718-559-3182
And follow him on Twitter: @ChrisL_NYM