For baseball fans looking to see the Yankees face the Red Sox at Yankees square off in a what is now a three game set following Thursday's rainout, the best way to get ticket depends on which night you’re planning to go. All games in the series are evening games with a 7:05 or 7:15 start time. The Friday and Saturday night games are completely sold out on Ticketmaster.com, which means the secondary ticket market is the only option.
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For the Sunday game, tickets are available from the team directly on Ticketmaster.com as well as on the secondary market, with the most unsold tickets available in the 200s level on the first and third-base line, with prices ranging from $62 before fees in left-field section 233B to $145 in section 225, which is right at 3rd base.
For fans looking to maximize their dollars, the Pinstripe Pass is also a great option directly from the team. Pinstripe Pass tickets for the Red Sox start at $45, come with a free beer and are good for a standing room only locations throughout Yankees stadium including the Mastercard Batter's Eye Deck, Frank's RedHot Terrace and Toyota Terrace, Budweiser Party Decks, AT&T Sports Lounge. Pinstripe Pass beverages* may be redeemed at the following locations: Mastercard Batter's Eye Deck, Frank's RedHot Terrace and Toyota Terrace, Budweiser Party Decks, AT&T Sports Lounge and Bleachers Section 238 "Wall Draft" stand.