SWB Yankees announce season ticket plans
Last Modified: February 16. 2013 2:06PM
The Yankees have lowered the price of season tickets 25 percent on nearly 3,000 fixed season tickets, with prices remaining the same on the remainder of lower bowl season tickets.
"I have never seen in my baseball career a club open a new ballpark and lower season ticket prices," SWB Yankees president and general manager Rob Crain said in a press release. "Our primary objective is to provide affordable, family fun entertainment and the pricing of our ticket packages accomplishes that goal.
Season ticket holders from 2011 will be given first priority to renew their seats in the same or similar locations. The deadline for those ticket holders to renew seats is Aug. 31. Existing season ticket holders will also have the first option to upgrade their tickets to some of the new seating areas, including Club seating and 4Topps tables.
Interested parties can increase their chances to obtain 2013 season ticket packages at PNC Field by signing up for a wait list prior to the seats going on sale. This can be done at www.swbyankees.com/waitlist.
With the purchase of 2013 full season tickets, fans will have the option of a five-year agreement that locks the ticket prices in place for the length of the agreement. The team is offering other benefits to season ticket holders.
The 2013 season ticket pricing is:
Full season: $1,440 for 4Topps Tables, $1,080 for club, $720 for infield box or themed bar, $576 for field reserved and $504 for bleachers.
There are 36-, 18-, 9- and 5-game packages for all but the 4Topps Tables and Club seats at prorated prices.