New York Mets Baseline Boxes

New York Mets Baseline Boxes are on the ground level of Citi Field. The Citi Field seating chart shows the Mets Baseline Boxes squeezed into the corners of each outfield section and between the Mets Field Boxes and Mets Left or Right Field Reserved.

New York Mets Baseline Boxes offer more limited club access and inferior views compared to all more expensive sections at Citi Field. Mets Baseline Boxes in rows “A” through “E” of each section are called Mets Baseline Box Gold and the seats in rows 1 through 23 of each section are called Mets Baseline Box Silver. Rows 24 to 39 of each Mets Baseline Box section have no color description. Gold and Silver Mets Baseline Box tickets provide access to the Champions Club, Promenade Club, and Acela Club, while the Mets Baseline Box tickets with no color description only offer access to the Champions Club and Promenade Club. See a picture from each Mets Baseline Box section: Mets Section 104, Mets Section 105, Mets Section 106, Mets Section 107, Mets Section 108, Mets Section 127, Mets Section 128, Mets Section 129, Mets Section 130, Mets Section 131, and Mets Section 132. With adequate views of the field in addition to their limited club access, Mets Baseline Boxes represent an intermediate-priced ticket option for many baseball fans.

Baseball fans should consider the New York Mets seating chart and additional Mets seating options in the Mets Delta Club, Mets Metropolitan Boxes, Mets Champions Club, Mets Field Boxes, Mets Caesars Club, Mets Baseline Boxes, Mets Left Field Reserved, Mets Right Field Reserved, Mets Left Field Landing, Mets BJ’s Club House, Mets Pepsi Porch, Mets Promenade Club, Mets Promenade Boxes, Mets Promenade Reserved, and Mets Group Sales Hospitality Areas.

New York Mets Baseline Box tickets are priced based on the row location and the type of game. The Mets sales office differentiates games based on expected level of demand and then offers a discount to season ticket purchasers. Mets Baseline Box tickets are often cheaper than the Mets direct sales for most games and much more expensive for premium games. Prices range from $200 for a front row Mets Baseline Box ticket for an inter-league game against the Yankees to less than $30 for a weekday game against a bad National League team.

New York Mets Baseline Boxes

New York Mets Baseline Boxes
View from the New York Mets Baseline Boxes at Citi Field
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