New York Mets Left Field Landing
The New York Mets Left Field Landing is positioned above the playing surface in left field. The Citi Field seating chart shows the Mets Left Field Landing on the 300 level of the ballpark and stretched down the left field line into left-center field.
The New York Mets Left Field Landing is comprised of six total sections in the left field corner on the third level of Citi Field. Four of the sections: Mets Section 334, Mets Section 335, Mets Section 336, and Mets Section 337–are general Left Field Landing sections while two sections–Mets Section 338 and Mets Section 339–are actually part of a sub-section called the New York Mets BJ’s Club House. Given the height from the ground and the distance from home plate, it is hard to follow the interplay between the batter and pitcher from most seats throughout the section. However, because Mets Left Field Landing tickets offer access to both the Caesars Club and Promenade Club at a cost far below alternatives on the field level, these tickets can be an affordable way to experience much of Citi Field. The Mets Left Field Landing provides some of the cheapest tickets that do not differentiate between first row and back row tickets in the section. Since the face cost is the same whether you sit in the first row or the last row, avoid buying back section tickets in the Mets Left Field Landing unless they are sold at a large discount.
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.
Mets Left Field Landing tickets are as cheap as $25 each when purchased by season ticket holders. Individual game sales directly from the Mets can cost as much as $49 for a game against a top opponent. Due to limited numbers of season ticket holders in the Mets Left Field Landing section, it is often a better choice to buy individual game tickets directly from the team. However, if you are looking for the best possible Mets Left Field Landing tickets, the secondary market generally offers better seats at a comparable price.
View from the New York Mets Left Field Landing at Citi Field