The team announced its second annual Citi Field sleepover last week, inviting fans to sleep on the same outfield where Curtis Granderson and company roam every home game.
On July 19, fans who choose to spend their day and night will get to do many activities at the stadium including watching what should be a high scoring affair between the Mets and Padres game that night.
According to a Mets press release, other activities offered at the 15-hour event include a dinner buffet and breakfast the next morning. Fans will also get to meet Mr. and Mrs. Met at some point during the sleepover.
The price for calling Citi Field your bed for a night won’t be cheap though. It costs $200 each for one to three tickets and $175 each if you purchase four to six tickets. As a gift for shelling out that money, fans who attend the sleep over will get a free ticket to the Sept. 28 game against the Houston Astros.