But as far as StubHub goes, I think there are far, far fewer tickets available than from last year because most people with ticket plans who sold them on a game-to-game basis last year bailed for this year after taking a major bloodbath. What you're seeing are mostly listings from people with maybe 10-20 games to dispose of in that manner, and don't desperately need the money back -- they're probably willing to donate them for face value tax deductions before taking a big discount from face value after fees in return.
Or people with really primo seats who feel they can get an aftermarket premium for them regardless of the team's success, like Section 515 Row 1 or 2 or something. For example for 4/24 the cheapest PRI ticket you'll find is still more expensive than buying from the Mets directly online, by about $5 per ticket, net of fees in both cases. Why would that be? Maybe because the "Best Available" from the Mets is in Section 508 Row 11 (for a party of 5 which I checked for), which is still not bad, but the cheapest PRI ticket listed on StubHub is in 517 Row 8. Given how cheap PRI is already, I could see someone paying a moderate premium per ticket to sit in 517 Row 8 versus 508 Row 11.