The Yankees announced their 2014 ticket price changes yesterday, and for the most part it’s good news.
The club said that approximately 39,000 tickets (78 percent) will have the same price in 2014 as they had this past season, while approximately 9,000 tickets (18 percent) will have a decrease in price.
Approximately 2,000 tickets (four percent) will increase in price. Those tickets are in Field Level Section 132 (increased from $65 to $75), Main Level Section 215 and 225 (increased from $110 to $120) and obstructed view Bleacher tickets in Sections 201 and 239 (increased from $12 to $15).
Yankee Stadium still isn’t a cheap ticket by any means, but it’s good to know that the team won’t be increasing a lot of the prices. That would have been tough for fans to swallow after the 2013 season and wouldn’t have made a lot of business sense considering the 9+% drop in home attendance from 2012.