Thursday, January 31, 2002

Red Sox raise ticket prices for 2002




The Associated Press

        BOSTON — The highest-priced tickets in baseball got pricier Wednesday when the Boston Red Sox announced a 7.4 percent overall increase for this season.

        Prices for the cheapest seats — upper and lower bleachers and outfield grandstand — are unchanged from last year, but all others are rising. Infield roof box, loge and field box seats, the most expensive at Fenway Park, will increase from $55 to $60.

        Team officials said it's the smallest overall increase in seven years. Red Sox tickets are the most expensive in the majors. Last year, fans paid an average of $36 per ticket.

       



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