Are You Sitting
Down for This?

Seats for sale at just $800 a pair at Fenway Park
(Bill Greene / Boston Globe File)

Because the Red Sox Are Still Trying to Reach Into Your Pockets

They Sure Know How to Generate Revenue Down on Yawkey Way
But Did They Remember They Are Supposed to Spend It on the Baseball Team?
It's the 2009 Fenway Seat Sale... a.k.a. Just Give Us Another $800 Bucks and Like It

E-mail to Red Sox Season Ticket Holders:

Dear Season Ticket Holder, While the home team is no longer playing, there is still much work to be done at Fenway Park as we approach another ambitious renovation schedule planned for this offseason. Each year since 2002 we have made offseason improvements to “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark.” This offseason will continue this tradition. A component of the 2010 improvements will be replacing the red Dugout, Field Box and Loge Box seats. We are pleased to provide our loyal season ticket holders with the first opportunity to own these authentic and historic Fenway Park seats. They are the same seats that have held fans witnessing the exploits of Yaz, Rice, Evans, Lynn, Clemens and Ortiz, not to mention the stunning performances of the 2004 and 2007 World Series.

Last year we were overwhelmed with the response to the 2008 seat sale. We hope that you will take advantage of the opportunity to own these vintage pieces of Fenway Park.

The seats will be packaged and sold in pairs (2 seats). While we would like to be able to offer you a specific seat location, the removal process does not allow us to preserve a significant portion of the seats. However we will attempt to provide you with seats in your desired section. This year’s seats are being removed from sections 27-33. Seat removal will commence after the “Frozen Fenway” events this winter.

For a limited time only, season ticket holders will have the opportunity to purchase a pair of seats for $750. This “first chance” sale will conclude on Monday, November 23rd at 5pm. Thereafter, sales will open to the general public and a pair of seats may be purchased for $795.

If you are interested in purchasing, please reply to this email at [red sox e-mail address] with your full name, day & night time phone numbers or call [number] to speak with one of our sales representatives. We will be in touch to secure payment and your part of Red Sox history. Thank you once again for your ongoing loyalty and support of the Old Town Team.

Sincerely,

The Boston Red Sox

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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