New York Mets Promenade Boxes

The New York Mets Promenade Boxes describe all 400 level seats outside the infield at Citi Field. The Citi Field seating chart shows the Promenade Boxes in a narrow strip down the right field line and a large grouping from third base to left-center field.

New York Mets Promenade Boxes down the first base line are in five sections–Mets Section 401, Mets Section 402, Mets Section 403, Mets Section 404, Mets Section 405–from the edge of the infield dirt to the right field corner while Promenade Boxes down the third base line are in 14 sections all the way around left field: Mets Section 424, Mets Section 425, Mets Section 426, Mets Section 427, Mets Section 428, Mets Section 429, Mets Section 430, Mets Section 431, Mets Section 432, Mets Section 433, Mets Section 434, Mets Section 435, Mets Section 436, Mets Section 437. Promenade Boxes are a cheaper version of the Mets Promenade Club sections and do not provide access to any Citi Field clubs. Given the positioning of the sections high above the field and far from home plate, fans should not expect good views of the game. Promenade Boxes are an unusual seating area with relatively high prices for poor quality seats. Mets Promenade Reserved tickets are far cheaper for close equivalents while Promenade Club areas allow access into a Citi Field club for a small premium.

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 Promenade Box tickets cost as little as $25.20 per game with a season ticket package for low-demand games and as much as $49 for a single game ticket during an inter-league series against the Yankees. As all Promenade Box tickets are sold for the same price by the Mets, front row tickets for any section and tickets for sections closer to the infield are a great value. Never pay face value for Mets Promenade Box tickets for the back rows of sections deep in the outfield. Secondary market ticket brokers and third-party ticketing websites often sell inventory for bad games at far below the price charged by the team.

New York Mets Promenade Boxes

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