BOSTON, MA -- The Red Sox today announced that single game tickets for April games will go on sale to the general public beginning Thursday, March 25, at 10 a.m.
Tickets will initially be priced at 2020 individual game prices, and will fluctuate based on demand and variables such as the date, number of tickets available, opponent, and weather conditions. The dynamic pricing model is consistent with current practices implemented by the majority of Major League Baseball teams and throughout other leagues, and allows the club to accommodate potential changes to capacity more easily throughout the season. The Red Sox have utilized dynamic pricing for Green Monster seats and standing room tickets since 2014 and have expanded its use to all seating areas and games in 2021.
Over the past few weeks, Red Sox season ticket holders have received priority access to tickets for the 2021 regular season. A limited number of remaining tickets will be available to the general public for the month of April at redsox.com/tickets beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 25. Tickets will be sold in pods of 2 and 4 with a limit of one pod per game for each fan. Tickets for Opening Day on April 1 are not included in the sale to the general public. Mastercard is the preferred payment of the Boston Red Sox.
Fans will be required to complete a health screening survey prior to entry on the day of the game, which can be found on the MLB Ballpark App. Fenway Park will be divided into five ‘neighborhood zones’, where ticket holders can access the designated gates for entry and exit nearest their seat location as labeled on their game ticket. To help reduce contact throughout the gameday experience, fans will be issued a digital ticket through MLB’s Ballpark App, and all ticket scanning will be contactless.
Fans attending games at Fenway Park can visit redsox.com/healthandsafety to review the full list of safety protocols in place at the ballpark for the start of the regular season, which currently include mandatory face coverings (except ages two and under), heightened sanitation procedures, reduced contact measures, and physical distancing. The site will be updated regularly with any changes to these protocols.
The Red Sox have partnered with two companies to help keep Fenway Park clean, including Surfacide for UV-C technology UV technology that kills 99.99% of dangerous pathogens on hard surfaces; and Airocide for air purification that uses bioconversion technology developed by NASA to eliminate harmful, airborne particulates such as bacteria, mold and viruses.