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Dynamic Pricing Faq

The Mets are using dynamic pricing for the 2015 season. Prices for all games may be adjusted on a real-time basis, either upwards or downwards, based on market demand. The ability for the Mets to adjust prices throughout the season will provide all fans with a variety of pricing options.

Q: Which games are subject to dynamic pricing?
A: All games will be dynamically priced for the 2015 season when purchased as part of a Build Your Own Plan, group sale or on a single game basis.
Q: Will Season Ticket Holder prices be subject to dynamic pricing?
A: Season Ticket Holder prices are established and will remain the same throughout the season. Tickets in Season Ticket Holder locations will not drop below the Season Ticket Holder price.
Q: Will partial plans be subject to dynamic pricing?
A: 40-Game, 20-Game Fixed Plan and 10-Game Fixed Plan prices are fixed throughout the year and are not subject to dynamic pricing.
Q: How do you decide when to raise or lower prices?
A: We worked with QCue, Inc. to implement very sophisticated software on the back-end that analyzes multiple data points that may include day of week, weather, opponent and many other factors. Timing for price adjustments is not pre-determined and will depend on market conditions.
Q: What happens if prices lower after I buy my tickets?
A: As with all of our tickets, all sales are final. Tickets are priced based on market demand.
Q. How do I find out what the price is for a ticket?
A. Check Mets.com for the latest ticket prices. Fans should also sign up for the Flushing Flash e-newsletter on Mets.com, follow the Mets on Twitter (@Mets) and like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/Mets) for ticket deals throughout the year.