Yankees, Red Sox Highlight Most Expensive Series for Astros Tickets in 2014

Baseball season is almost here and Astros fans excited for the upcoming season. Even though the Houston is in rebuilding mode, there’s plenty of optimism with some young stars ready to make a move within the organization and some exciting series early in in the year. That includes big matchups against the Yankees and Red Sox.

The season starts with a bang as the New York Yankees are the first team to visit Minute Maid Park for the Astros home opener. The average ticket price for this game is $218 which is right around the league-wide average for an opening day game. The get-in price for this game will cost you only $42 dollars while the most expensive listed ticket price for a spot behind home plate will cost you $770.

If you’re looking to catch a game against the Yankees but want to save a little cash, you can find great deals from Houston Ticket Broker MyTicketIn for the remaining two games.  For the second game of this series, the average ticket price is down from $218 to $207, while the get-in price is only $28. For the final game of the three game set, the get in price will be $35, while the average price for this game is only $202. 

Another exciting series will be when the Red Sox come to town in July. The average price for the first game is currently $195 while the cheapest ticket goes for $49. As for the most expensive ticket, it will cost you $8,468. For the second game of this three game set, the average ticket prices goes down a bit to $158, while the cheapest ticket is $50 (a buck more expensive than the series opener.) As for the last game of the series, the average ticket price is $149while the cheapest ticket for this game is $49. So all three games are similarly priced today, but could look drastically different come July.

These two series are currently the highest-priced games this season, but that could change if the Astros start the season hot.  Nevertheless, now is the time to check out which games you want to attend and buy your Astros tickets for 2014!

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