This week, the Mets announced that they will be using a "dynamic pricing" system in 2012. Under the new system, ticket prices can be adjusted upward and downward in real time to meet demand. While the goal of dynamic pricing is to encourage pre-season sales and reward subscribers with the best prices, many will no doubt see the plan as greedy at best and legalized scalping at worst.The Mets understand that there will be blow back from angry Mets fans who are upset with the team's recent performance and looking for someone to lash out at. This makes the ticket sales staff the first line of defense against an angry fan base. To their credit, since the middle of September, the sales staff has been making an extraordinary effort in reaching out to season ticket holders and listening to...

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