Buying tickets for a Mets game can be confusing. There are over 60 different seating categories and five different price levels. It’s daunting. Here are some tips: buy early. Check out SeatGeek.com. These two aggregators search for tickets available on all major secondary markets. Both sites also use algorithms to analyze whether each ticket is a good or bad deal. SeatGeek also offers forecasts of ticket prices based on historical transactions. It sounds complicated, but they’re doing all the work. Just sign up for an alert and buy the tickets when they tell you to.
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