In April, I looked at the Yankee ticket pricing system, determining that the one-price-any-game system was inefficient, and in part a cause of early-season Yankee attendance woes. At the time, the Yankees were averaging about 41,000 tickets sold per game, and tickets to weekday games were practically being given away on Stubhub. After [...]
In 2010, the Yankees will have cut the ticket prices for 6,454 of their seats while the rest—41,928 seats—will remain at the same season price as this year. Only 1,704 seats in the Main Level will experience an increase in pricing as those tickets will go from $100 to $125. You can see more [...]
From Darren Rovell:
Those expecting to hear of a price gouge for Yankees postseason tickets might be surprised.
It’s not coming.
CNBC has seen the final face value prices that the Yankees submitted to Major League Baseball and increases will be much smaller than the jump season ticket holders saw for home games played [...]
This from Pete Abe, here. Sit back down, fellow Bleacher Creatures, this doesn’t apply to us. All you Grandstanders and upper deckers can stop reading as well. If you have someone in a funny hat driving you to work, don’t have to work at all, or occasionally confuse dollar bills with something you use [...]
Jaon at IIATMS runs through the factors that contributed to the premium tickets to games at the new Yankees Stadium going unsold:
The economy tanked
Personal wealth linked to the capital markets tanked
Government bailout of Wall Street behemoths
Many, many Wall Street financial institutions merged/disappeared
Here’s what Yankee COO Lonn Trost had to say, yesterday, when asked about the partial-view bleacher seats in the new Yankee Stadium:
Is it true there are seats in the bleachers from which you can’t see parts of the field? “Yes, but we will have TVs in the walls there.”
That’s not the same [...]
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