The Yanks unveiled their single-game ticket prices, and front row seats will cost $2625. Luckily, the rest of the seats are in line with what we would expect:
Individual game sales for the first season of the $1.5 billion ballpark start Tuesday, and the Legends Seats that ring the infield start at $525 a game, according to the team’s Web site. Those seats cost $500-$2,500 as part of full season tickets, and they include food and soft drinks.
Other field level seats cost $95, $150, $275, $300, $350 and $375. Then comes the Delta Sky360 Suite, where tickets are $375-$800, and main level tickets, which are priced at $60, $80, $95 and $150.
On the top deck, seats in the Jim Beam Suite go for $130-$150. Terrace seats are $50, $75 and $85, and grandstand tickets cost $23 and $30. Full view bleachers are $14.
Those prices are mostly in line with comparable seats from 2008 at old Yankee Stadium. Meanwhile, the Yankees say that around 800 of their 4300 premium seat packages remain unsold. Sales of those tickets had been brisk until the economy tanked in the fall.
These tickets go on sale on Tuesday for those lucky enough to get an email from the Yanks yesterday.