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Print your Mets tickets on your computer after you make your purchase from!

No need to make an extra stop at the Enterprise Pick-Up Window ... just print the ticket at home!

No more counting the days until the post office delivers your tickets ... just print the ticket at home!

No more waiting outside the gate with your buddies' tickets, but they're late and you're missing the first two innings of the game ... just print your ticket at home and e-mail them their tickets so they can do the same!

Purchase your tickets online and you can print your tickets immediately after you purchase them. Just select 'Print-At-Home' as your delivery option and your tickets will be e-mailed to you after you have completed your purchase. All you need is a printer, and your tickets can be in your hands today!

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Here are some FAQs which will hopefully help answer some of your questions, if you have any:

How do I print my tickets on my computer?
Your tickets will be e-mailed to you after your purchase via a .pdf document. You should save the document to your computer. You now have the tickets stored. Print them now or later. All you need is a printer (any ink-jet or laser printer with a resolution of 300 dpi or more is able to print tickets). At the event, your tickets will be scanned and you'll be admitted.

What are the benefits of printing my tickets on my computer?
1) You get your tickets right away. No will-call lines or mail delivery to wait for.
2) You can print them at your convenience.
3) You can forward them to others attending the event so they can print their own tickets.

Will this ticket be accepted for the event?
Yes. The ticket that comes out of your printer is a valid, legitimate ticket. Make sure you keep it in a safe place like you would cash and protect it just like you would any other ticket! If any copies are made of the ticket, only the first scan of the barcode will be allowed entry. If more than one copy were to arrive, the barcode scanner will alert the attendant that the ticket has already been scanned.

What if I get disconnected or experience other problems?
  • If you have not received your tickets via e-mail:
    Contact us at Explain what happened, and we will help you.
  • If you have received your tickets:
    1) Click the link that came with your e-mail, or copy and paste that link into your web browser.
    2) Save to your hard drive.
    3) Try to print your tickets again.