According to TiqIQ, Boston Red Sox Tickets are currently averaging $138 dollars on the secondary market. While this number is naturally expected to fall as the season approaches, it more closely resembles the $139 average cost at the start of the 2011, hyped by big spending. This offseason, the management brass has emphasized smart spending, and this year’s ticket price is up 42% over the 2012 mark.
The five highest priced series of the season feature, with no surprise, the Yankees along with a couple interesting interleague matchups. The July 19th series against the Yankees averages $277 per ticket, with the cheapest ticket at $97. August 2nd-4th against the Arizona Diamondbacks and May 27th-28th against the Philadelphia Phillies come in at an average of $144 and $142 respectively.
If you’re looking to catch a Sox game at a bargain, you’ll likely see a familiar American League opponent like the Orioles, Blue Jays, Twins, Athletics and Tigers, who round out the top five cheapest series. Those series feature a ‘get-in’ price ranging from $17-$29 dollars per ticket.
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