NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Subway Series tickets can get pricey.
No surprise there.
Apparently that also applies to Yankees family members, who had to dole out $250 per seat for Monday night’s opener against the Mets at Citi Field, according to the New York Post.
The Yankees were “angered” because relatives of the Atlanta Braves were charged $80 apiece for their weekend series at the Mets’ home ballpark.
The Mets use a dynamic pricing plan at Citi Field. Ticket values “can be adjusted on a real-time basis, either upwards or downwards, based on market demand,” according to the team’s website.
The announced attendance for Monday’s game was 32,911. The Mets won 2-1.
The Amazin’s host the Yankees again Tuesday before moving to the Bronx to start a two-game set Wednesday.
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