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lease join us for Celiac Awareness Night at Citifield, NY Mets vs. Phillies, Sunday, April 28, 2013.
* Come early and enjoy a private pre-game event in the Bullpen Plaza. Pre-game festivities will begin at 5:40 pm when the gates open! SNY's Kevin Burkhardt will be in attendance along with Mr. Met and current Mets players!
* Enjoy expanded gluten-free options in concessions adjacent to your seats.
* Sit together with family, friends, and fellow supporters in reserved seating (with this offer in advance of the game) which includes access to the
* exclusive Caesars Club.
* The New York Mets will donate a portion of each ticket sold, through R.O.C.K. Long Island to the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. The first 500 guests purchasing tickets in advance will receive a limited edition celiac disease
Use the link www.mets.com/celiac<http://www.mets.com/celiac> to purchase tickets!
The first 500 purchasers will receive a Limited Edition Celiac Disease Awareness Bracelet.