Often viewed as the other baseball team from New York, the Mets have carved out the own history in the big apple. Established in 1962, the Mets play in the National League Eastern Division, a division that they have won five times through 2008. While the Mets are often known for their losing ways, their fans remember the great times too. The 1969 “Miracle Mets” and the 1986 “through Buckner’s legs” World Series championship squads both captured the nation as they won when everyone thought they were out of it.

From 1964-2008, the Mets played at what many thought was the worst stadium in sports, Shea Stadium. But in 2009, the team opened the brand-new Citi Field built right next to the old ball park, but with everything state-of-the-art. In its final seasons Shea Stadium was falling apart, but with this new stadium, more fans will be looking to come out and see the team in action. The secondary ticket market should see a boost in Mets ticket sales, as the new stadium combined with less seats should increase demand.

New York Mets Introduce Ticket Subscription Deal For Home Games
The New York Mets are trying to appeal to last-minute fans with a Netflix-style subscription deal that allows fans to buy standing-room tickets to regular season home games for $39 a month. The subscription is app-based, and any fans with an iPhone or Android can sign up. After signing... Read more
David Wright Retirement Sends Mets Prices Through the Roof
At an emotional press conference on Thursday, David Wright and the New York Mets announced that he would be returning from a two and a half year absence to start at third base on September 29 against the Miami Marlins – and that it would likely be the final... Read more
New York Mets, Miami Marlins Score Top Spot On Best-Sellers
The New York Mets and Miami Marlins game later this month scored the top spot on Thursday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Baseball also scored a spot for the game between Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. Other notable sporting events include the highly-anticipated boxing... Read more
WWE Joins U2, Lollapalooza On Top Of Best-Sellers List
Four-day passes to this year’s Lollapalooza music festival stole the No. 1 spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, with U2 and WWE not too far behind, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Lollapalooza 2018 features headlining acts Bruno Mars, The Weeknd, Jack White and Arctic Monkeys. The festival... Read more
Villanova, Michigan Championship Game Wins Top Spot on Best-Sellers
The 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament final championship game in San Antonio, Texas took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Yesterday, the Villanova Wildcats defeated the Michigan Wolverines 79-62 in the tournament’s championship game – Villanova’s second NCAA championship win in... Read more
Market Heat Report: The Eagles are Soaring
The Eagles, fresh off their Classic East and Classic West performances, are red hot as they tour with Glen Frey’s son Deacon in place of his late father, landing three shows in the Top 5 of today’s Market Heat index, as well as their piece of the Classic Northwest... Read more
Market Heat Report: The Eagles Reunite
Anticipation is building for boxing’s biggest fights all year- Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin on September 16th was today’s No. 1 spot while Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor next Saturday, August 26 was No. 5. If you’re in the Vegas area, know that tickets are going fast for... Read more
Spiraling Mets get creative with ticket deals
The addition of an extra wild card team in each league has made August relevant for many baseball teams used to playing out the string by late summer. But for those teams that aren’t a part of the expanded playoff race, the focus has turned to preparing for 2013,... Read more
Music part of Mets’ plan to regain fans
While Shea Stadium is best known as the place where the New York Mets recorded World Series-clinching wins in 1969 and 1986, it was also host to some of the most memorable concerts in history. In 1965, the Beatles played perhaps their greatest show ever when they performed in... Read more
Will Mets fans believe after Santana’s no-hitter?
One of the New York Mets‘ marketing slogans at the turn of the century was simply “Believe.” But such faith was in short supply among Mets fans when the team moved into Citi Field in 2009 fresh off two of the worst late-season collapses in baseball history and then... Read more