The New York Mets have so much money they’re doing a Super Bowl ad

The New York Mets shoot the ultimate sports crossover during Super Bowl LVII, airing a commercial for the upcoming baseball season.

Let Mets owner Steve Cohen find a way to keep the spotlight on his franchise, even when the biggest game of the NFL season rolls around.

After a historic spending offseason to put his Mets in position to win the National League East and more, Cohen will continue the spending spree with a Mets-focused commercial airing in the New York market during the Super Bowl on February 12. . .

What could the New York Mets commercial do during the Super Bowl?

The Mets even posted their own teaser of the announcement on Twitter, leading many to guess exactly what the message will be during the Super Bowl.

Considering the scene takes place inside the Mets box office, it’s no surprise the Mets have a link to this page where fans can sign up for what they call the “big game offer.” It’s another eye-catching way the Mets can entice fans to head to Citi Field this spring and summer to see new additions such as Justin Verlander and Kodai Senga as well as high-priced returning players such as Brandon Nimmo. and Edwin Diaz.

The Mets already profited greatly earlier this season when they sold over a million dollars worth of tickets in a single day after it was announced that free agent All-Star Carlos Correa was heading to Queens. However, Correa’s offseason saga ended with him heading to the Minnesota Twins, perhaps dampening the excitement a bit for the upcoming season and what would have been an absolutely stacked lineup with Correa included.

For years, eye-catching and expensive Super Bowl ads have been a tradition as companies go all out to be creative and grab viewers’ attention. This year, the Mets will join the fray, proving once again that Cohen is willing to put in the effort to make this season a success at Citi Field.


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