The Mets announced Wednesday that Six Packs are back after the ticket bundles took a one-year hiatus for the opening season of Citi Field.
What that says about the demand for tickets in 2010 is unclear, but the team is offering Six Packs that involve Opening Day, the Subway Series, Pyrotechnics Night and the Mets Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Frank Cashen, Dwight Gooden, Davey Johnson and Darryl Strawberry.
The Opener Pack guarantees a ticket to Opening Day April 5, against the Marlins. The Champion, All-Star and Power Packs come with a ticket to a Subway Series game. The weekend showdown with the Yankees runs from May 21-23 at Citi Field.
Pyrotechnics Night makes its debut at Citi Field July 5 after the 7:10 game against the Reds. The Pyrotechnics Pack also includes a ticket to the first visits by the Braves and Phillies.
The Hall of Fame Pack includes the induction of Cashen, Gooden, Johnson and Strawberry, which will take place before the Aug. 1 game against the Diamondbacks.
Six Packs start at $106 per seat. Season tickets and 40-game and 15-game plans are also on sale at 718-507-TIXX and online at Mets.com and LosMets.com. The Mets will announce the date for the general-public sale of single-game tickets in the next few weeks.
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