After dropping two of three to the Blue Jays in Toronto this week, the Yankees will hope to right the ship with three straight series at home over the next 10 days. The Bombers set to host the Mariners, Athletics and Rays through April 25, and for those thinking of making the trip to the Stadium over the next three home series, plenty of deals are available for Yankees tickets on the primary market.
Robinson Cano will make his latest return to the Bronx when the Mariners visit the Bronx this weekend for a three-game set. Friday night and Saturday afternoon’s games will offer the best price points for fans looking to sit closer to the action, as 100-level seating for both games starts from $117.20 on Ticketmaster. Saturday afternoon’s game lists the cheapest 100-level seat for $133.50.
Friday’s game will offer the best price points for lower-level seating. According to resale aggregator TiqIQ, the get-in price for secondary market Yankees tickets in 100-level seating is $184 – 57% more expensive than on the primary market. If looking just to get in, the cheapest ticket during all three games with the Mariners is $27.80 on Ticketmaster.
The Yankees welcome the Athletics for three games between Tuesday, April 19 and Thursday, April 21. Unlike the preceding series against the Mariners, however, the secondary market will have the best ticket prices for all three games. Yankees tickets on TiqIQ start from just $5 in the 400-level section for Wednesday’s game, making it the cheapest game of the season at Yankee Stadium. 100-level tickets start from $86 on the secondary market across the entire three-game series.
Yankee Stadium will host its final series in April against the Rays between Friday, April 22, and Sunday, April 24. The three-game series will be highlighted by Babe Ruth bobblehead day on Saturday, where the first 18,000 fans will receive a miniature replica of the Sultan of Swat. 100-level seating for the matinee game will be cheaper on the secondary market, with the get-in price starting from $117.20. 100-level tickets on the secondary market start from $131 for Saturday’s game.
With a disappointing road trip now in the rearview, the Yankees will look to regain their footing over their next nine games in the Bronx. They managed to take two games from the Astros in their opening series last week, and did so in rather convincing fashion. The team’s first win of the season came in a 16-6 victory over Astros pitcher Collin McHugh and was quickly followed by an 8-5 win the following night.
Perhaps the Yankees’ greatest advantage over the next 10 days is the welcoming of similarly struggling teams. The Mariners, Athletics and Rays have combined for just a 10-18 record over the first two weeks of play. Whether the Yankees can take advantage of those slow starts remains to be seen, but one things remains clear – fans can find considerable deals for tickets to upcoming games through the end of the month both on the primary and secondary market.