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Season Tickets: 20 Game Winner Plan

Twenty Game Plans include 20 regular season home games per plan*, in three areas of Fenway Park:

  • State Street Pavilion Club section 13 & 14
  • Pavilion Reserve 15 & 16
  • New for 2019 - Field Box section 81, 82, and 9
  • Prices below are for 1 season ticket plan

*In 2019, there will be a total of 79 regular season home games scheduled at Fenway Park, with two games being played at London Stadium. As such, Twenty Game Winner Plans D & G will include only 19 games.

To purchase, call (877) REDSOX9 to speak to with a Red Sox representative, submit your information via the Request Info form, or email newseasontickets@redsox.com and we will be in contact with you within 2 business days.

State Street Pavilion Club 20 Game Plan:

State Street Pavilion Club holders receive the following exclusive amenities and benefits.

Exclusive amenities include:

  • Semi private entrance at 20 Jersey St
  • Access to climate controlled State Street Pavilion Club (upscale buffet, bar, and private restrooms)
  • Wide cushioned seats with extra legroom and cupholders
  • Inseat food and beverage service
  • Dedicated Account Executive

Exclusive Benefits:

  • Two (2) pregame tours per season with on field to watch batting practice (subject to availability, excludes Opening Day, Patriots Day, and Yankees games)
  • Eight (8) guest passes per season for State Street Pavilion Club access (excludes Opening Day, Patriots Day, Yankees games and postseason)

Postseason Access:

*State Street Pavilion Club 20 Game holders will have the opportunity to purchase 2 tickets per account for 1 potential home game per round in the postseason.

Twenty Game Winner Plans in Pavilion Reserve and Field Box

Postseason Access:

*Twenty Game Winner Plan holders in Pavilion Reserve and Field Box will have the opportunity to purchase 2 tickets per account for 1 potential home game in both the American League Division Series and the American League Championship Series.