At What Price Fenway?

Boston Dirt Dogs
(BDD)

Try $165 for One Ticket, to One Game,
in the Bleachers on the Left-Field Wall

WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH FOR RED SOX FANS, THE RED SOX
RAISE THE SECOND HIGHEST TICKET PRICES IN BASEBALL

Did You Know? The $130 Field Box Seat Cost Just $35 Back in 1999
More Good News: All Red Sox Scalping Partners, Holding Most of the Tickets Already, Are Expected to Hold Prices at Just 400% Over Face Value for 2010
Taking More Money from the Hard-Working Fans at Fenway Is the Way to Go. Sincerely, Gordon Gekko
This Just In ... Sox Brass Spin It To Win It

"More Crapola, If your lucky enough to get tickets at these prices, you are truly special. Most of us have to pay the 200-300% increased ticket prices passed on by the so called brokers. So much for the Fenway 'No Scalp Zone'. The scalping is done by the 'white collared' criminals." -- BiggestHank

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

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Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

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