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The New York Mets made it to the World Series last year but ultimately fell short. Will this be the year for the Mets? The Mets have resigned Yoenis Cespedes and have one of the best pitching rotations in the MLB so that could mean another shot at the World Series. Get the cheapest New York Mets tickets on Rukkus and go to Citi Field for a game!

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Where are my seats at Citi Field

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Citi Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Citi Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Citi Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Citi Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you can see the field, the Pepsi Porch, which hangs over fair territory in right­field is the first thing that catches your eye as you enter. The Pepsi Porch sign is modeled after the iconic Pepsi sign, built in 1936, that sits along the East River in Queens, NY.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Mets?

If you are looking to buy away tickets for Mets, Rukkus has you covered with the best tickets even if the game is not being played at Citi Field. No matter the venue, Rukkus has access to tickets from across the web in order to find you the best deals. Regardless of whether the game is home or away, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do New York Mets tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Mets tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Mets page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The New York Mets play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Citi Field during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Mets Outlook

After a tough World Series loss last season, the Mets are looking to come out strong in 2016 with their eyes on a championship. This talented Mets team is led by possibly the best rotation in baseball that features Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, and Steven Matz. The Mets could be the team to watch in 2016.

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A trip to Citi Field to watch the New York Mets play is an incredible experience. The energy in the building is electric as the Mets make great defensive plays and hit the ball with amazing power. The loyal fan base is always treated to exciting baseball when “The Amazin’s” take the field to battle in the difficult NL East division. Pick up your tickets today and be a part of the action!



The Mets are a talented young team that comes out with something to prove each and every game. Backed by a rowdy crowd of their home fans, every pitch is full of intensity. The Mets pitching staff takes down some of the best hitters the MLB has to offer. In the field, outstanding defensive plays are made regularly. The Mets also show off their power at the plate, crushing the ball over the fences of Citi Field. You have to be here to experience the thrill. Get your tickets now!

While the Mets dazzle their fans with great baseball, Citi Field provides the perfect venue for an MLB game. Easily accessible by public transportation, this ball park comfortably hosts over 40,000 crazed Mets fans. The vendors and stadium facilities are first-rate and fans are always provided with a terrific experience. A Mets game at Citi Field is a must-see event when visiting New York. Grab your tickets right away!

Outstanding baseball and an amazing stadium make the Mets a fun team to root for. They have a rich history that includes two World Series titles and several NL East division pennants. Grab a blue and orange jersey and come watch the Mets stake their claim to be New York’s favorite baseball team. Buy your Mets tickets today!

An Amazin’ Journey: A Brief History of the New York Mets

The New York Mets and their loyal fans have enjoyed quite a ride throughout the 53 year history of the ballclub. From the lean early years to the ‘Miracle Mets’ of 1969, the ‘Ya Gotta Believe’ team of 1973, the dream season of 1986 and the close but no cigar teams of the ‘90s and ‘00s, the Amazin’s have cultivated an incredibly loyal and passionate fan base.

The Mets were one of baseball’s first expansion teams in 1962, filling New York’s void of National League baseball created by the departure of the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants in 1957. Home games were played in the Polo Grounds for the first two seasons prior to their move to beloved Shea Stadium. The Amazin’s posted a record of 40-120 in their inaugural season, followed by several more seasons of futility. Fortunes finally began to shine on the Mets on April 2, 1966. Through a special lottery, they were awarded the rights to one of their most iconic players of all time – Mr. Tom Seaver.

Seaver flourished right out of the gate. He was named to the 1967 All-Star Game and also earned the National League Rookie of the Year. Tom Terrific opened his career by posting back-to-back 16 win seasons, but just how special he really was became readily apparent in the magical 1969 season. Seaver recorded an amazing 25 wins on his way to his first National League Cy Young Award and finished second in league MVP balloting. Seaver’s individual prowess aside, 1969 was known for the ‘Miracle Mets’. The team roared to a record of 100-62, defeated the Atlanta Braves to win the NL Pennant, and shocked the world by upsetting the heavily favored Baltimore Orioles to win the World Series.

The Mets had arrived and they were a hot ticket, drawing over 2 million fans in 1969 and close to 2.7 million in 1970. They remained a competitive and entertaining team, culminating in a surprising rally from 5th place to win the division in 1973. Once again, they were able to shock a heavy favorite – this time the ‘Big Red Machine’ Cincinnati Reds to win the National League pennant. The scrappy team, forever endeared by fan-favorite P Tug McGraw’s declaration of “Ya Gotta Believe”, was able to push the defending champion Oakland A’s to a decisive 7th game in the World Series, losing 5-2.

Mediocrity returned to Flushing, Queens and the Mets would not see the postseason for quite awhile. The lack of success was frustrating enough, but the Mets completely shocked their loyal fans with the 1977 trade of Tom Seaver to the Cincinnati Reds. The trade did not work out as planned, and the Amazin’s sank further into futility, finishing either 5th or 6th in their division for 7 consecutive seasons.

Key additions through the draft and some savvy trades finally helped turn the tide in the early 1980s. Daryl Strawberry, selected 1st overall in 1980, and Dwight Gooden, selected 5th in 1982, renewed optimism for the coming years and the faithful fans regained their hope. Optimism turned into full-on thirst for greatness with the 1983 trade for All-Star 1B Keith Hernandez and the 1984 trade for Hall-of-Fame C Gary Carter.

Four cornerstones in place, the Mets were primed to make their move. The team finished 2nd in their division in both 1984 and ’85, finally closing the gap as they rocketed to a record of 108-54 in 1986 and sealed their 1st division title since 1973. Two epic playoff series followed, as they defeated the Houston Astros in six games for the NL pennant and secured a seven game victory over the Boston Red Sox to claim their second World Series title.

The Mets remained competitive for the remainder of the decade, earning another division title in 1988. Attendance records were shattered, with the team exceeding 3 million fans in both 1987 and 1988. The 1980s team is remembered as somewhat of a disappointment in some circles, as the collection of talent and dominant pitching staff only secured a single World Series title. It is theorized that success went to their heads, as several of their young stars – notably Strawberry and Gooden – ran into some off the field issues.

The loveable losers returned in the early 1990s, and the Mets faithful endured several dreadful seasons before the franchise began to turn it around in the late 90s. Another transaction helped spur the turnaround, the 1998 trade for C Mike Piazza welcomed the Mets back to relevance. The playoffs returned to Shea in 1999, and the Mets were able to make it as far as Game 6 of the NL Championship Series before falling to the Atlanta Braves. The turn of the century saw the Mets again make the postseason, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals to win the NLCS. The win sealed a date with their cross-town rival New York Yankees, and a long-awaited ‘Subway Series’ became a reality. The hottest ticket in town provided an electric atmosphere. Although the Yankees won in 5 games, the Series was a hotly contested affair that provided some iconic memories.

For the remainder of the decade, the Mets had several disappointing seasons followed by some absolutely heartbreaking oh-so-close moments. A devastating Game 7 loss in the 2006 NLCS to the St. Louis Cardinals was followed by back-to-back season end collapses in the 2007 and 2008 seasons. Another period of mediocrity followed, and the Mets did not finish as high as 2nd place in their division until 2014.

The Mets opened Citi Field in 2009 and the ballpark has been praised for providing a tremendous game day atmosphere. Some shrewd draft choices and key free agent signings have also improved the on the field product. Optimism has returned and the Mets appear poised to push for a return to the postseason in 2015. A young pitching staff that calls back to the glory days of the 1980s, spearheaded by Matt Harvey and Jacob DeGrom, promises to make the Amazin’s a hot ticket for the 2015 season.

New York Mets Lineup

  • Dario Alvarez
  • Vic Black
  • Buddy Carlyle
  • Bartolo Colon
  • Jacob deGrom
  • Josh Edgin
  • Dana Eveland
  • Jeurys Familia
  • Dillon Gee
  • Gonzalez Germen
  • Erik Goeddel
  • Matt Harvey DL60
  • Daisuke Matsuzaka
  • Steven Matz
  • Jenrry Mejia
  • Rafael Montero
  • Jonathon Niese
  • Bobby Parnell DL60
  • Scott Rice
  • Carlos Torres
  • Jeff Walters
  • Zack Wheeler
  • Juan Centeno
  • Travis d'Arnaud
  • Anthony Recker
  • Taylor Teagarden
  • Lucas Duda
  • Wilmer Flores
  • Dilson Herrera
  • Zach Lutz
  • Daniel Murphy
  • Josh Satin
  • Ruben Tejada
  • Wilfredo Tovar
  • David Wright
  • Bobby Abreu
  • Andrew Brown
  • Eric Campbell
  • Matt den Dekker
  • Curtis Granderson
  • Juan Lagares
  • Kirk Nieuwenhuis
  • Cesar Puello
  • Eric Young Jr.

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Cheap New York Mets Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/09/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Colorado Rockies at New York Mets — 07/30/2016
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/12/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/23/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 Atlanta Braves at New York Mets — 05/03/2016
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Mets — 06/16/2016
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/25/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/24/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 New York Mets at Atlanta Braves — 09/11/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers — 06/09/2016
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI

Best and Most Expensive New York Mets Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$9,349.00New York Mets at Atlanta Braves — 04/23/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$1,840.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 5 (If Necessary) — 11/01/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$1,500.00World Series: New York Mets at Kansas City Royals - Game 2 — 10/28/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$1,481.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 4 — 10/31/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$698.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 3 — 10/30/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$686.00World Series: New York Mets at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 7 (If Necessary) — 11/04/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$639.00NLCS: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs - Game 4 — 10/21/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$598.00World Series: New York Mets at Kansas City Royals - Game 7 (If Necessary) CANCELED — 11/04/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$554.00World Series: New York Mets at Kansas City Royals - Game 6 (If Necessary) — 11/03/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$526.00NLCS: Chicago Cubs at New York Mets - Game 6 (If Necessary) — 10/24/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
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