Have a sleepover inside Citi Field—if you have $200
You can watch a game, have some snacks and camp out in the middle of the Mets' Flushing home.
Mon Jul 29 2013
Photograph: Marc S. Levine/New York Mets
Have you ever dreamed of spending a night under the stars inside the Mets' stomping grounds, Citi Field? If so, here's your chance! On Saturday, August 10, the baseball stadium is hosting a 500-person sleepover. It costs $200 per person ($175 if you can rally four to six of your friends to join), but hey—that admission price gets you dinner, breakfast and late-night snacks in the Modell's Clubhouse. (It probably doesn't include Mr. Met reading you a bedtime story, but hey, we can dream.)
Fans will also get to watch a live broadcast of the Mets' away game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the massive Citi Vision board in center field, and they'll also be awarded tickets to the Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers game on September 28. Just note that you won't be able to sleep in; guests must be off the field by 7am the next morning. Head over to the MLB's Mets website for more info.
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