On Tuesday, the Mets officially unveiled the Cadillac Club at Payson’s, a new speakeasy that will open behind the fence to the right of Citi Field.
The club will have some exclusivity – 100 seats for 25-30 members – priced at $24,999 for a front-row seat, a spokesperson told AP.
Rows 3 and 4, the only seats currently available in the climate-controlled concourse, cost $19,000 per seat.
The club includes a private bar overlooking the course and elevated restaurants.
Each seat will be equipped with a separate flat screen monitor.
Competitors will be assigned seats to every Mets home game, as well as free parking, food, soft drinks, beer, and wine.
They have the right to buy guest passes.
The name pays homage to founding Mets owner Joan Whitney Payson, who owned the team from 1962 until her death in 1975.
“Alex and I are thrilled to honor Joan Payson’s legacy with the Cadillac Club at Payson’s,” Mets owner Steve Cohen said in a press release. “As the original owner of the Mets and a pioneer, Joan has played a significant role in our organization.
“We are thrilled to have created this first-of-its-kind stadium club with a brand like Cadillac that embodies big dreams and bold ambitions.
“The Cadillac Club at Payson’s will combine the Mets’ rich history with unique elements reminiscent of classic New York to provide Mets fans with an unforgettable experience.”
In November, The Post reported that the Mets had moved a section of the fence on the right side of the field about 8.5 feet to accommodate the bar, which is located behind the warning path.
This luxurious new club lives up to the atmosphere of their historical tax record, which is at an all-time high.
In Cohen’s third year at the helm, the organization will see about $370 million in wages, dwarfing the Dodgers’ previous 2015 record of $297.9 million.