Fenway Park Tickets Prices 2013

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If you've got nine friends and a free night in April, Fenway has room for all of you Posted by David D'Onofrio | Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com If you and nine friends are looking for a place to hang this April, Fenway Park -- site of the longest sellout streak in major American professional sports, both active and all-time -- would love to have you. And don't worry. You can all sit together. Sunday afternoon the Red Sox ticket office sent an email to prospective buyers, touting the new inventory available for purchase. … [Read more...]

Fenway Ticket Prices – Red Sox Ticket Prices Digital Ticket Initiative

Red Sox try new initiative for cheapest seats Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff Article Courtesy of:  Boston.com Here's a release from the Red Sox with some ticket information: As part of an ongoing effort to provide fans and families with more opportunities to purchase the most affordable seats at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox today introduced a new "Digital Ticket Initiative" that would help prevent the lowest priced seats at Fenway Park -- the Upper Bleacher seats priced at $12 -- from being sold on the secondary market at … [Read more...]

Red Sox Tickets – Visiting Fenway Tips

BLEACHER-REPORT-BOSTON - Fenway Ticket Prices

10 Little Known Insider Tips for Visiting Fenway Park By Elyse Rothman - Courtesy of Bleacher Report Elsa/Getty Images Visiting the nation's oldest ballpark is high on the list for any baseball fan.  Whether it's your first time or you're a seasoned veteran, here is a list of things you didn't know to do during your visit. These are the insider tips for making the most of Fenway Park. 1. You don't have to trespass onto the field or pay big bucks to touch Fenway dirt. Many fans are reprimanded or even arrested … [Read more...]

Fenway – Right Field Fence

The Red Sox scuttle plans to bring the right field fence in Craig Calcaterra You’ll recall back in October the Red Sox sought approval from the Boston Landmarks Commission to widen Fenway Park’s bullpen by about nine feet which, in turn, would have made hitting homers to right nine feet easier.  They have released a statement, however, saying they’ve changed their minds: “The Red Sox recently sent a letter to the Secretary of State’s office withdrawing a request to consider expansion of the right field bullpen … [Read more...]