Demand Rises, so do Ticket Prices

Friday, November 14, 2008 ·

Phillies ticket prices will rise for the 2009 season. Every single ticket will raise at least $2 except for SRO tickets ($13) and the cheapest tickets that were $16.

For example, tickets from Sections 115 to 132, in very high demand because they are located in the lower bowl close to the infield, have increased from $50 to $60 for single-game tickets and $44 to $50 for season tickets. Increases in other parts of the ballpark, based on ticket information at and in the team's 2008 media guide, are in the $1 to $3 range. Prices for standing-room tickets ($13) and some of the next-cheapest seats ($16) remain unchanged.
Phillies to raise some ticket prices. [Philly Inquirer]

It's understandable because there will be more demand to see the Phillies team next season. The raise isn't entirely drastic and the seats will still be filled. Last year, I had tickets in the pavillion section and they went from $25-27, but next year they will be from $27-30.

Here is the seating and pricing chart for 2009.


Bill P said...
November 14, 2008 at 3:45 PM  

Good, I was worried I might save some money next year!!!

John "Roose" Russo said...
November 14, 2008 at 10:05 PM  

This worried me that it's going to get harder to get tickets next season. I want to go to a lot of games (more than 7) and hopefully the band wagoners won't prevent that.

Justin Evans said...
November 15, 2008 at 1:07 PM  

It won't be the bandwagoners, it'll be the scalpers.

Fuck, as long as the tickets are sold and the Phillies use their increased payroll to continue to have a good team...whatever.

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