Toga! Toga! Toga!

Red Sox Give It the Old College Try With $9 Student Tickets... And Toga Night at Fenway

You may want to sign up to take that college course if you want a cheap entry to Fenway Park this season. And grab a sheet and make a toga while you're at it.

The Red Sox today introduced a $9.00 standing room ticket for high school and college students for home games at Fenway Park during the 2014 season.

In addition to offering $9.00 standing room tickets to high school and college students for every home game this season, the Red Sox will offer all students the opportunity to purchase $20.00 seats for six specially-themed Super Student Nights in April and May.

Theme nights include Student Toga Night on April 8, Student Scavenger Hunt Night on April 20, Night of Champions on April 29 (celebrating the three World Series Championships), Greek Night on May 1, College Media Night (for communications/journalism students) on May 18, and Class of 2014 Night on May 24.

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