New York Yankees baseball is back and Yankee fans are excited for the season to begin. With the new additions of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran, Brian Roberts and Mashiro Tanaka the Yankees are poised to make a title run this season. For fans looking to attend the opening series, here’s a preview on what the current landscape looks like.
The home opener will take place on April 7th when the Yankees face off against their division rivals the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles are poised to challenge the Yankees in the American League East and are looking to return to the playoffs after falling back a bit last season. According to Vivid Seats, the average ticket price for this game is currently $202 while the get in price for this game is starting at $47.
For the second game of this three game set, the average ticket price for this game is significantly lower (to be expected) at only $73. Tickets begin for this game at only $3 so if you’re looking to attend a game early in the season but don’t want to spend a ton of money, this is the game to take advantage of.
For the next and final game of this three game set, tickets are a little more expensive but not by much. The average ticket price for this game is presently $90, while the get in price is only $5, which is two dollars more than the second game. Last year, the first few games of April were incredibly cold at Yankee Stadium, leading many to avoid going to games at all. But at these prices, it’s probably worth it.
The big news with this season is obviously the final season for Yankee legend Derek Jeter. If you want to be a part of his yearlong curtain call, make sure to grab your Yankees tickets now!