The Yankees announced ticket information for the 2011 regular season on Monday.
Specials for this season include: E-Saver Games, $5 Games, Tuesday Night Games Ticket Special, Family Games, Senior Citizen Games, Student Games, Youth Games and Military Personnel Ticket Special. Fans can also take advantage of the Mo-Saver ticket booth at the Modell's Sporting Goods store in Times Square to save up to 50 percent off face value.
Individual game tickets range from $5 (in the bleacher section) to $325 on game day (Field Level, Rows 12-30, Sections 116-124).
New York will play 13 of its first 16 games and 20 of its first 28 at home, including Opening Day on March 31 against the Tigers. Yankee Stadium will host Interleague games against the Mets (May 20-22), Rockies (June 24-26) and Brewers (June 28-30). The Yankees' final five home games of the season will come against the division-rival Rays (Sept. 20-21) and Red Sox (Sept. 23-25).
The Yankees have led the American League in home attendance for eight straight seasons and drew 3,765,807 last year (an average of 46,491 a game).
A complete list of ticket specials can be found at yankees.com/ticketspecials, or by calling 212-YANKEES (926-5337) or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org (or email@example.com for groups of 20 or more). Specials are subject to availability, and all offers are subject to change.
Some Yankees ticket prices for 2011 have gone up. The breakdown is as follows:
- Best field-level seats will rise from $250 to $260
- Outfield seats at $100 rise to $110; $75 seats rise to $80
- Bleacher seats that were $12 are now $15; $5 bleacher seats remain unchanged
- Main-level seating at $100 also rise to $110; all other main-level seats will go up $5
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