NEW YORK -- The Yankees announced their 2014 full-season ticket license pricing for regular-season games at Yankee Stadium on Monday, stating that prices for 96 percent of tickets either will remain the same or decrease.
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).
All seats in the Grandstand and all seats with non-obstructed views in the Bleachers will not have a change in ticket price. A date has yet to be determined for the sale of 2014 individual-game tickets.
Terrace Level ticket prices in Sections 305, 306, 307, 332B, 333 and 334 will decrease from $40 to $28, and ticket prices in Sections 313, 314, 326 and 327 will decrease from $55 to $50. There will be no change in pricing for all other 2014 Terrace Level tickets.
In the Main Level, ticket prices in Sections 210 and 229 will decrease from $70 to $50, while ticket prices in Sections 216, 217, 223, 224 and 230 will decrease by $5 each.
Beginning with the 2014 season, seats in Sections 116 through 124 (Rows 12-21) will be known as Field MVP Club seats. Full-season licensees in these locations will have their ticket prices decrease from $260 per game in 2013 to $235 per game next season.
Those licensees will have access to the Field MVP Club Lounge, which is currently being constructed on the Field Level concourse and is scheduled to open on Opening Day 2014.
Other Field Level ticket license pricing in Sections 114A through 126 will decrease in amounts ranging from $15 to $25 per ticket per game.
Yankee Stadium is adding 10 new Outdoor Suite Boxes, which will be located in Field MVP Sections 117A, 117B, 122 and 123. Each of these outdoor suites will provide seating for six to eight people and will be available on a full-season basis.
The Home Plate Team Store, the largest retail location in Yankee Stadium, is also being renovated.
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