B-Mets Individual Tickets to Go on Sale Friday
Individual tickets for all 71 Binghamton Mets 2013 home games will go on sale this Friday, March 15 at 9:00 AM. Fans of the New York Mets' Double-A affiliate may purchase tickets in-person at the NYSEG Stadium Box Office, online at www.bmets.com or over the phone by calling (607) 723-METS.
The Binghamton Mets are proud to announce that ticket prices will stay at the same level as last year. Reserved grandstand seats are available for $9 while box seats stay at $11. Tickets for seniors (60 and over) and kids (14 and under) are available for $2 off normal pricing.
The B-Mets will be home for all the major summer holidays, including Mother's Day (May 12), Memorial Day (May 27), Father's Day (June 16), Independence Day eve (July 3) and Labor Day (September 2). The B-Mets will play at NYSEG Stadium for eleven weekends during the season, including five in June and July.
B-Mets fans also catch the Toyota Fireworks Series after 23 B-Mets games in 2013. For more information on those dates, visit www.bmets.com.
The Binghamton Mets will welcome in the Trenton Thunder, the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, three times, including two weekend series: June 27-30 & July 25-28. The B-Mets play host to the Portland Sea Dogs, the Boston Red Sox Double-A affiliate, three times: April 15-17, May 24-27 & July 11-14.
Home games from Monday through Thursday will be scheduled to start at 6:35 PM throughout the season with the following exceptions: May 27 (Memorial Day), May 30 & June 7 (Baseball in Education Days), July 17 and September 2 (Labor Day).
Friday games throughout the year will start at 7:05 PM and Saturday contests from May 25 onward will begin at 7:05 PM. The Saturday games on April 13 & 27 and May 11 are slated for 1:05 PM starts. Aside from 6:35 PM first pitches on May 26 (Memorial Day eve), July 28, August 18 and September 1 (Labor Day eve), Sunday home games will commence at 1:05 PM.
The B-Mets open up their home schedule on Thursday, April 11 at 6:35 PM against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
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