Mets Ticket Discount: How to Score Cheap Seats for Family Day

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Think baseball is just for the guys? Not on your life, and definitely not on April 28. The New York  Mets have dubbed it Mom and Family Day. And after a day of uber family friendly fun at CitiField last weekend, I can’t think of a better organization to pull it off. Even better … I’ve got the key to get you discount tickets.

You know what you want to find out more.

So here’s the deal.

On April 28, the Mets are playing the Phillies (booooo, hisssss) at 1:10 p.m. But before that, from noon to 12:30 p.m., the team mascot, Mr. Met, will be hanging with kids in the Met Cafe, so kids can get up close and personal … kind of like this:

And fans of the Mets Moms (aka us bloggers who checked it all out last weekend) can get their kids there AND get 1 field level ticket; 1 hot dog; 1 soft drinks, popcorn and peanuts; plus a Mets lanyard … for a whopping $25.

That is if you book before April 15 (ahem, that’s tax day, so it better be on your calendar). Not sure you can do it before then? You’ll get it all for $29 if you make the call after.

Want in? Here’s what you need to get in on Mets Mom & Family Day!

And here’s why you’re going to want to take the kids to see the Mets.

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Disclaimer: The New York Mets covered my expenses to attend Sunday’s game against the Miami Marlins. I was not otherwise compensated, and all opinions expressed are my own.

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