The Mets announced yet another round of ticket price cuts Tuesday, including the intriguing addition of "dynamic" pricing, in which the team adjusts costs for single game tickets based on market demand.
This is a step toward eliminating secondary market middlemen such as StubHub, but it won't erase the secondary market altogether. That's because the Mets won't sell tickets for less than the per-game price paid by season ticket holders.
Here is Lennon's story on that subject.
Meanwhile, there will be a Game 5 of the ALDS at Yankee Stadium Thursday night. If you'd like to go, you can do so for as low as $75, including fees . . . at least as of the time I am writing this.
Here are your options.