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Fool people into thinking you were at Johan Santana's no-hitter

Johan Santana throws his last pitch of the

Johan Santana throws his last pitch of the night to David Freese. (June 1, 2012) Credit: David Pokress

Weren't able to attend Johan Santana's no-hitter, the first in Mets history? Don't worry, you can still make your friends believe you were in attendance that night.

The Mets announced on Thursday they would be reprinting and selling tickets from Santana's no-no for the low, low price of $50 (plus order and shipping fees). Tickets are available beginning Monday at 10 a.m. on Mets.com.

If you're a season ticket holder, you'll get the reprint for free. Fans with partial packages whose plans included the June 1 game get the reprint for $30.

All 41,922 seats at Citi Field are going to be reprinted.

Of course the reported attendance that night was actually only 27,069. But by buying the reprint you can be one of thousands with the proof to believably claim you were there.

And that's priceless.

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