New York Mets Field Boxes

New York Mets Field Boxes provide variable club access, but are placed outside of the infield at Citi Field. The Citi Field seating chart shows the Mets Field Boxes just outside first and third base and between the Mets Metropolitan Boxes and Mets Baseline Boxes.

New York Mets Field Boxes are one step below the Mets Metropolitan Boxes and are positioned just to the outfield side of first and third base. Look at detailed pictures from each Mets Field Box section: Mets Section 109, Mets Section 110, Mets Section 125, Mets Section 126. Mets Field Boxes are divided into five categories (Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and no color) based on number of rows from the field. Similar to the Mets Metropolitan Boxes, with the Mets Field Boxes, club access is determined by color category. The bottom three Mets Field Box categories receive access to the Caesars Club, Promenade Club, and Acela Club. Mets Field Box Platinum and Mets Field Box Gold ticket holders receive access to those three clubs plus the more exclusive Champions Club and Citi Field Delta Sky 360 Club. Tickets within the first 6 rows of each Mets Field Box section provide access to all five clubs.

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.

The price for Mets Field Box tickets fluctuates based on day, game, and row number. For premium Mets games during a holiday weekend, Mets Field Boxes are generally sold out and can only be purchased on the secondary market. Look to pay upwards of $400 for a first row Mets Field Box ticket for the hottest games. Conversely, during weekday games against bad teams, secondary market ticket sellers often sell for below the box office price. Deals can be found with bargain hunters paying less than $50 for back row Mets Field Boxes for these games. For average games, be sure to call the Mets ticket sales office to compare pricing and inventory against secondary market ticket vendors.

New York Mets Field Boxes

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