After their horrendous season, the Mets said they would cut ticket prices (with respect to the economy, not just their fans' suffering). The Post reports that the "the team promised ticket prices would drop by an average of 10 percent. But when season-ticket holders received their bills this week for 2010, many were incensed to discover the price cut was as little as a 1 percent." One fan, whose "Promenade Reserve Infield" tickets were $4,050 for two seats last season and are now $3,955," said, "Wow, what a discount." The Mets shrugged, "Obviously, the 'average' means there is some higher and some lower, but the average is 10 percent. We haven't heard outrage about this."