'Dynamic Pricing for Green Monster' ...

Boston Dirt Dogs
(BDD)

... Is French For 'A System Designed to Separate
You From Your Money'

Red Sox Nation Continues to Pay The Price For World Series Title
Now Ticket Prices Will Rise And Allegedly Fall in Real Time Upon Demand
And Weather Will Now Play Factor In the Price Of Your Last Minute Wall Seat
Is Dynamic Pricing Based on Who's In the Lineup and Who's Pitching Coming Next?
Sox Fans Already Had to Dig Deeper Under the 2014 'Variable Ticket Pricing Plan'
The Most Expensive Night Out In Baseball, Will Be 4.8% More Expensive in 2014
More Good News: If You Are Going to One of the 16 Tier 5 Games, You'll Save!
Lower Bleacher Seat Rises from $28 to $40 for So-Called Tier 1 Games
Did You Know the 2014 $165 Field Box Seat Cost Just $35 Back in 1999?
Wonder If The Red Sox Scalping Partners Are Going Dynamic, Too?

"This pricing model for Green Monster tickets is similar to how airlines and other industries - including several other Major League teams - price their tickets. Unlike the variable pricing structure adopted in other parts of the ballpark, where prices vary by game but are set in advance for the season, dynamic pricing can and will change based on market conditions." -- Red Sox' Sam Kennedy throwing the Dynamic 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.” -- Nov. 2013, Larry Lucchino offers his take on taking 4.8% more in 2014

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

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