Really good seat! Could get to the field level/dugout area if you went through the paths once people started to leave. During the day game, we were in the sun most of the time. This seat, as well as seat 2 & 3, are angled kind of weirdly but no big deal.
Awesome seats, but overpriced (like much of the ballpark). In particular the "all included buffet" is not really as good as the premium ballpark offerings (Shake Shack, Mama's of Corona, Catch of the Day, etc.), and the hot dogs/burgers are steamed!
Great view of the field, just miss the very right field corner due to the rising wall. The Hyundai Club was worthwile, with all you can eat buffet style food and some interior seating. Nice on a cold rainy evening as this was. Almost caught a ball here.
The last row in Metro Box is row 31, row 32 is wheelchair seating. Rows 26+ are under cover from rain. Seats on the 3B side (visitor's dugout) are more shaded for day games (rows 26+ for all or most of the game, lower rows get shady later).
Good view of field but no leg or body room and seats lack padding.Very disappointed that these seats are considered field box seats and when compared to Yankee Stadium which was built same time. Shame on the Mets.
Good view of field. However seats are crammed together,lack cushion and for beIng box seats are disappointing to say the least when compared to Yankee Stadium box seats. No waiter service. I'm glad the Yankees only play here once a year unless it's WS.rn
By far the best seats I've ever sat in, beautiful view, close view of the Cuban Missile himself, Yoenis Cespedes, with minor obscurities of the people going up and down the stairs. But worth every penny, especially when you get to witness a walk off win from Curtis Granderson.
Delta 360 Club Access, In-Seat Service, Separate entrance, padded seats, and awesome view! No vis of the far left field corner though for anything close down the line. Otherwise, perfect.
Fun seat. Right over the field about 15 feet up. Left fielders can toss balls up from field. Half sun during day games. Just a few rows in front of fair pole. Great for foul balls.
In addition to the game, these were great seats for the post-game fireworks. Fireworks are set off from all around the top of the stadium, as well as from center field. It's all in front of you from here.
You lose the right field corner and wall as they are underneath you, but in the front row you can lean over, which helps. Tradeoff is railing is in view. One of the two videoboards is directly behind you. Otherwise they are good seats.
07/31/2015. Harvey batting after going 16 up and 16 down. Under an overhang, padded seats, great view. Club access to Delta Sky 360, Acela, Caesars and Promenade included. (4/5 Great Seats)
Postgame concert. Stage lighting was horrible. Don't plan on actually SEEING a postgame concert act unless you purchase on-field access tickets. On the favorable side of the ledger, this section has club access.
Photo is of scoreboard showing the Phillies' Cole Hamels pitching no-hitter prior to start of Mets-Dodgers game on 7/25/15. Hamels never pitched for the Phillies again. Later, the Mets scored their most runs ever at Citi Field, beating the Dodgers 15-2. These excellent seats include access to air-conditioned club with bars and upscale concessions.
Row 4 is the lowest row fully under cover from rain. Seats on the 3B side of Caesars level are fully in the shade for day games. (On 1B side, the sun creeps up the rows as the game progresses)
August 11, 2012 Caesars section. Plexiglass at the end of stairwell to the left blocks a little bit of the foul line view. Seat 23 is the second the last seat (seat 24 is the aisle)
Second game of the subway series game, series tied 1-1 after a 5-0 loss to the Mets. Seats were average, obstructed view of Beltran's homer in the first (which i didn't want to see), but fair price for a fair view.
You miss just down the right field line where the wall rises and obscures the foul line. Minor annoyance was glass partition right at home plate. Major annoyance was concessionaires who stand there completely obscuring home. Get seats across the aisle.
Good view of the entire ballpark and field, but the angle of the seats in the Promenade level mean you may get your view blocked by the heads of people in the row front of you (try to sit in row 1 or behind short people).
Clearly the top of the rail in front of you is in your immediate view. If you don't mind looking over or under it to see the game you have a good view of the entire field. These are actually nice seats. You also get a little more leg room I think.
Section 514 offers a great view of Citi Field, as well as being very close to both male and female bathrooms, a place to buy beer, and a Nathan's hot dog stand. I would recommend these seats to anyone for the quality and the price.
Railing cuts through the infield, and I think had there been people in front of me I would have lost half of the infield. Avoid seats 1-5 as there is a glass railing along top of a stairwell that will be in your way. Lose a little of left field corner.
There cheap seats, but were great views for both Duda's and Granderson's 2-run homers. And maybe a chance to be on the big screen (i got on it). Mets won 4-0, Syndergaard almost threw a perfect game through 6 innings.
4/5/13 Good view for the price. If it rains, its ok since you are under the upper deck.rnAccess to some good restaurant and bar. We spent 1/2 the game inside and watched on big screen due to the cold weather that day.