Time to Pay Up!
Because the Red Sox Are Cashing In On a Championship
The Cost of Winning the World Series Has Come Home to Roost
You'll Have to Dig Deeper Under the 2014 Variable Ticket Pricing Plan
The Most Expensive Night Out In Baseball, Just Got About 4.8% More Expensive
More Good News: If You Are Going to One of the 16 Tier 5 Games, You'll Save!
Lower Bleacher Seat Goes from $28 to $40 for So-Called Tier 1 Games
Wonder If The Red Sox Scalping Partners Are Going Variable, Too?
Did You Know the 2014 $165 Field Box Seat Cost Just $35 Back in 1999?
And Season Ticket Holder$ Are Spitting Up Their Martinis All Over Town
“Variable pricing better aligns tickets with market value. By pricing tickets according to demand, we can significantly lower ticket prices for our local, core fans, who are more likely to be able to attend weeknights in April, May, and September.” -- Sam Kennedy on throwing the variable pricing pitch
“Numerous factors influence our annual ticket pricing decisions. We strive to maintain affordability and ticket accessibility while still generating the revenues necessary to fuel our baseball operations, to fund continuing improvements to the ballpark, and to make enhancements to the fan experience - the three main areas in which we reinvest our revenue.” -- Larry Lucchino offers his take on taking 4.8% more in 2014