Friday, October 02, 2009
The New York Mets get it. They have lowered ticket prices going into next season on almost every seat in the building. The Clarion Content is very excited to see somebody in the New York Metro area responding to the reality of the economic situation. We spent last off-season and much of this year excoriating the Yankees for their ridiculous gilded ticket prices. The Mets lost over 90 games this season and they have played to near empty houses in their brand spanking new stadium down the stretch. The Mets ownership, who took a double whammy, between the economy and Bernie Madoff, answered in the best way possible, taking care of the consumer, the fan, the little guy.
Let's go Mets!