SportsMets Asking price for Mets tickets up 19 percent on secondary market New 62% larger High Definition Daktronics Centerfield Video Board unveiled at the "What's New at Citi Field in 2015." press gathering at Citi Field in Queens, New York on April 1, 2015. Photo Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy By NEIL BEST firstname.lastname@example.org @sportswatch April 2, 2015 1:57 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Soon enough, fans will find out whether the excitement surrounding the 2015 Mets translates to the field, but the Amazin's continue to be a bigger ticket draw than usual as the opener draws nearer. That includes both at the team's box office, where sales are well ahead of this time last year, and on the secondary market. TiqIQ, which monitors the resale market, said Thursday that the average asking price for tickets at Citi Field this season is $104.47, up nearly 19 percent from $87.89 at this time last year. Demand for Yankees games is headed in the opposite direction. Compared with this time last year, the average asking price for home games is $101.43, down more than 27 percent from $139.41. By NEIL BEST email@example.com @sportswatch Neil Best first worked at Newsday in 1982, returned in 1985 after a detour to Alaska and has been here since, specializing in high schools, college basketball, the NFL and most recently sports media and business. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.