Mets Raise Season Ticket Prices 2.9% as Team Seeks NL East Title

  • Full 11-game playoff strips will range from $428-$5,790
  • Division-leading Mets last won National League East in 2006

The New York Mets, in position to win their first division title since 2006, will raise the price of season tickets next year by an average of 2.9 percent.

The Mets, who at 60-52 lead the National League East by 1 1/2 games over the Washington Nationals, on Tuesday released information about ticket prices for a possible playoff appearance, as well as 2016 season-ticket renewal information.

Full 11-game strips for the playoffs range from $428 for a Promenade Outfield seat to $5,790 for a Delta Platinum seat. The strips include one wild-card game, three division series contests, four league-championship matchups and three World Series games.

The deadline to renew season-ticket plans and to make initial payments on playoff tickets is Aug. 31.

The Mets won the NL East in 2006 before losing to the St. Louis Cardinals in a seven-game NL Championship Series. Though they went to the World Series as a wild-card team in 2000, falling to the crosstown Yankees, the Mets’ previous division title was in 1988.

Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal. LEARN MORE