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Hello all, My family and I will be vacationing in south Beach in sept..We will be attending the Fri Sept 21 game w/ the Mets. I am looking to purchase tickets as close to the Mets dugout as possible (reasonably priced). I am looking at tickets in section 155 Row7, and Row 10 but there is a significant diff in price. Am I looking in the correct section or is there another section that you would recommend? Again I am not looking for 200 dollar tickets but something reasonably priced close to the Mets dugout w/ a good view of the field. Thanks in Advance
Scott
 

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Row 8 and below is the "Founder's Club" section. You get waitress service and a section usher for those seats so they dry off your seats if there's rain or throw out drunk idiots yelling profanities.

Row 9 and above is the "Infield Box" section. You don't get waitress service or a section usher other than the guy at the top checking your tickets. 155 is on the dugout, and the difference between row 10 and 7 is negligible as far as sight lines go, it's just the amenities.

Also, if your a Met fan, go to hell. :cool
 

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Row 8 and below is the "Founder's Club" section. You get waitress service and a section usher for those seats so they dry off your seats if there's rain or throw out drunk idiots yelling profanities.

Row 9 and above is the "Infield Box" section. You don't get waitress service or a section usher other than the guy at the top checking your tickets. 155 is on the dugout, and the difference between row 10 and 7 is negligible as far as sight lines go, it's just the amenities.

Also, if your a Met fan, go to hell. :cool

Thanks for the info...So if I understand you correctly, The only think I would really be purchasing is the amenities by buying on row 7 as opposed to row 10. If you have any idea, about how far am I from the dugout?...We are Mets fans, if it helps any our main reason for coming on those dates are to see the Canes - A&M game....we usually make it down for a couple Canes games in the OB a year and then most of the aways, it just so happens that the Mets will be in town as well.
Thanks for the help,
Scott
 

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Row 8 and below is the "Founder's Club" section. You get waitress service and a section usher for those seats so they dry off your seats if there's rain or throw out drunk idiots yelling profanities.

Row 9 and above is the "Infield Box" section. You don't get waitress service or a section usher other than the guy at the top checking your tickets. 155 is on the dugout, and the difference between row 10 and 7 is negligible as far as sight lines go, it's just the amenities.

Also, if your a Met fan, go to hell. :cool

Thanks for the info...So if I understand you correctly, The only think I would really be purchasing is the amenities by buying on row 7 as opposed to row 10. If you have any idea, about how far am I from the dugout?...We are Mets fans, if it helps any our main reason for coming on those dates are to see the Canes - A&M game....we usually make it down for a couple Canes games in the OB a year and then most of the aways, it just so happens that the Mets will be in town as well.
Thanks for the help,
Scott

Well, 7 to 10 would put you three rows further back if row 1 is "on the dugout" (which it is).
 

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we need less mets fan more marlins fan every game here with mets only thing i hear is let go METS and some let go marlins i notice mets fan come here in big group
 

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TSwift...Thanks alot for your help...I will settle w/ the 155 row 10...$70 per ticket is what I have found so far...any ideas on where to find a better deal or is that pretty much the going rate?
Scott
 

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Row 8 and below is the "Founder's Club" section. You get waitress service and a section usher for those seats so they dry off your seats if there's rain or throw out drunk idiots yelling profanities.

Row 9 and above is the "Infield Box" section. You don't get waitress service or a section usher other than the guy at the top checking your tickets. 155 is on the dugout, and the difference between row 10 and 7 is negligible as far as sight lines go, it's just the amenities.

Also, if your a Met fan, go to hell. :cool

Thanks for the info...So if I understand you correctly, The only think I would really be purchasing is the amenities by buying on row 7 as opposed to row 10. If you have any idea, about how far am I from the dugout?...We are Mets fans, if it helps any our main reason for coming on those dates are to see the Canes - A&M game....we usually make it down for a couple Canes games in the OB a year and then most of the aways, it just so happens that the Mets will be in town as well.
Thanks for the help,
Scott

Well, 7 to 10 would put you three rows further back if row 1 is "on the dugout" (which it is).
Lets see-Swift tells him that row 9 and above is infield box and the difference between that and row 7 are just the amenities. So Met fan then asks, "if I understand...the only difference are the amenities?". Swift, you really should not have made it so confusing.

Scott, just funning-go canes and s..ew the lousy, stinkin mutts.
 

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TSwift...Thanks alot for your help...I will settle w/ the 155 row 10...$70 per ticket is what I have found so far...any ideas on where to find a better deal or is that pretty much the going rate?
Scott

Well, considering that I think they're most likely still available through ticket master, I'd say that paying over face isn't a great idea, but to each his own.
 

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TSwift...Thanks alot for your help...I will settle w/ the 155 row 10...$70 per ticket is what I have found so far...any ideas on where to find a better deal or is that pretty much the going rate?
Scott
Scott, you should be paying about $37 for a ticket in that location-I think. My tix are row 11 just off home plate and I think that is the price on the tix-I just never really looked.
 

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A Canes fan and a Mets fan, what a mix.
 

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bullpen are going for $22 day of game or $27 on game day the founder $80 to 100 dollar infield mvp go from 45 dollar to 50 game day and infield box from 35 dollar to 40 so it depend were you want seat beyond
 

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If I was you, I might try the sections behind the Marlins dugout (Sec 144-145).

That way, you can see into the Mets dugout and watch Willie Randolph as he decides which pitcher to call in from the "early bird" special. :)

It's easy to sneak over by the Mets during pre-game for autographs (if that's your thing).
 

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