Ticket Monster Announces 2014 Red Sox Schedule, Parking and Tickets at Fenway Park

2014 Red Sox Schedule, Parking and Tickets at Fenway Park

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2014 Red Sox Schedule, Parking and Tickets at Fenway Park

2014 Red Sox Schedule, Parking and Tickets at Fenway Park

Ticket Monster has the cheapest prices for 2014 Red Sox Tickets with an updated 2014 Schedule and Seating Chart!

Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) January 05, 2014

Red Sox Tickets at Fenway Park

With the 2013 World Series trophy secured (link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suhGDF6TvY0 ), the Red Sox have set off to finance their fourth world championship this century. Red Sox tickets at Fenway Park will increase by 4.8 percent for the 2014 season, marking the first Red Sox price increase in three years. The average ticket will increase from $53.38 last season to $55.94 this season. Want to see the Green Monster for yourself? Check out TicketMonster.com to get cheap Red Sox tickets at Fenway Park.

Table of Contents:
1. Red Sox Tickets 2014
2. Fenway Park Attendance
3. Red Sox Schedule 2014

1. Red Sox Tickets 2014:
The Red Sox will be moving to a variable pricing structure this season (link to http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ticketing/seating_pricing.jsp). The new system reflects the demand for each game by placing the 81 home games into five different pricing tiers for each seating section. This season, a seat to a high-demand game might cost as much as $50 more than the same seat to a low-demand game.

The 16 dates in highest demand fall under Tier 1 pricing and include the home opener, all nine games against the New York Yankees, a July 4th weekend three-game series against the Baltimore Orioles, and three games against the Kansas City Royals later in July. Tickets for Tier 1 games will range from $20 in the upper bleachers to $70 for right-field boxes to $165 for premium field boxes. These high-demand games will face an average ticket increase of 17 percent from last season.

Tier 5, the lowest tier, will include weeknight games in April, May, and September against the Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles, Toronto Blue Jays, and Tampa Bay Rays. Tickets for Tier 5 games will range from $10 in the upper bleachers to $40 for right-field boxes to $115 for premium field boxes. These low-demand games will face an average ticket decrease of 12 percent from last season.

All in all, the variable price layout will increase the price of 16 games from last season and decrease the price of 16 other games.

2. Fenway Park Attendance:
The new pricing structure was driven partially by a desire to fill more seats in Fenway Park this season. Last season, Fenway attendance fell to 2.8 million, the first time in three years that attendance slipped below 3 million. The new system features prices starting as low as $10, allowing the Red Sox to provide ticket options accessible to a wider variety of fans.

3. Red Sox Schedule 2014
Whether top tier or low tier, field box or bleachers, Ticket Monster offers Red Sox tickets at a great value. Check out the schedule below and then head over to TicketMonster.com to buy your Red Sox tickets today! Home games are highlighted in red.

Date Opponent Time (EST)
Mar. 31 at Baltimore 3:05
Apr. 2 at Baltimore 7:05
Apr. 3 at Baltimore 7:05
Apr. 4 Milwaukee 12:00
Apr. 5 Milwaukee 12:00
Apr. 6 Milwaukee 12:00
Apr. 7 Texas 12:00
Apr. 8 Texas 12:00
Apr. 9 Texas 12:00
Apr. 10 at NY Yankees 7:05
Apr. 11 at NY Yankees 7:05
Apr. 12 at NY Yankees 12:00
Apr. 13 at NY Yankees 12:00
Apr. 15 at Chicago Sox 12:00
Apr. 16 at Chicago Sox 12:00
Apr. 17 at Chicago Sox 12:00
Apr. 18 Baltimore 12:00
Apr. 19 Baltimore 12:00
Apr. 20 Baltimore 12:00
Apr. 21 Baltimore 12:00
Apr. 22 NY Yankees 12:00
Apr. 23 NY Yankees 12:00
Apr. 24 NY Yankees 12:00
Apr. 25 at Toronto 7:07
Apr. 26 at Toronto 1:07
Apr. 27 at Toronto 1:07
Apr. 29 Tampa Bay 12:00
Apr. 30 Tampa Bay 12:00
May 1 Tampa Bay 12:00
May 2 Oakland 12:00
May 3 Oakland 12:00
May 4 Oakland 12:00
May 6 Cincinnati 12:00
May 7 Cincinnati 12:00
May 9 at Texas 12:00
May 10 at Texas 12:00
May 11 at Texas 12:00
May 13 at Minnesota 8:10
May 14 at Minnesota 8:10
May 15 at Minnesota 1:10
May 16 Detroit 12:00
May 17 Detroit 12:00
May 18 Detroit 12:00
May 20 Toronto 12:00
May 21 Toronto 12:00
May 22 Toronto 12:00
May 23 at Tampa Bay 12:00
May 24 at Tampa Bay 12:00
May 25 at Tampa Bay 12:00
May 26 at Atlanta 12:00
May 27 at Atlanta 12:00
May 28 Atlanta 12:00
May 29 Atlanta 12:00
May 30 Tampa Bay 12:00
May 31 Tampa Bay 12:00
Jun. 1 Tampa Bay 12:00
Jun. 2 at Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 3 at Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 4 at Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 6 at Detroit 12:00
Jun. 7 at Detroit 12:00
Jun. 8at Detroit 12:00
Jun. 9 at Baltimore 7:05
Jun. 10 at Baltimore 7:05
Jun. 11 at Baltimore 7:05
Jun. 12 Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 13 Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 14 Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 15 Cleveland 12:00
Jun. 16 Minnesota 12:00
Jun. 17 Minnesota 12:00
Jun. 18 Minnesota 12:00
Jun. 19 at Oakland 10:05
Jun. 20 at Oakland 10:05
Jun. 21 at Oakland 4:05
Jun. 22 at Oakland 4:05
Jun. 23 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 24 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 25 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 27 at NY Yankees 7:05
Jun. 28 at NY Yankees 12:00
Jun. 29 at NY Yankees 12:00
Jun. 30 Chicago Cubs 12:00
Jul. 1 Chicago Cubs 12:00
Jul. 2 Chicago Cubs 12:00
Jul. 4 Baltimore 12:00
Jul. 5 Baltimore 12:00
Jul. 6 Baltimore 12:00
Jul. 7 Chicago Sox 12:00
Jul. 8 Chicago Sox 12:00
Jul. 9 Chicago Sox 12:00
Jul. 10 Chicago Sox 12:00
Jul. 11 at Houston 12:00
Jul. 12 at Houston 12:00
Jul. 13 at Houston 12:00
Jul. 18 Kansas City 12:00
Jul. 19 Kansas City 12:00
Jul. 20 Kansas City 12:00
Jul. 21 at Toronto 7:07
Jul. 22 at Toronto 7:07
Jul. 23 at Toronto 7:07
Jul. 24 at Toronto 12:37
Jul. 25 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Jul. 26 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Jul. 27 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Jul. 28 Toronto 12:00
Jul. 29 Toronto 12:00
Jul. 30 Toronto 12:00
Aug. 1 NY Yankees 12:00
Aug. 2 NY Yankees 12:00
Aug. 3 NY Yankees 12:00
Aug. 5 at St. Louis 8:15
Aug. 6 at St. Louis 8:15
Aug. 7 at St. Louis 7:15
Aug. 8 at LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 9 at LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 10 at LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 12 at Cincinnati 12:00
Aug. 13 at Cincinnati 12:00
Aug. 14 Houston 12:00
Aug. 15 Houston 12:00
Aug. 16 Houston 12:00
Aug. 17 Houston 12:00
Aug. 18 LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 19 LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 20 LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 21 LA Angels 12:00
Aug. 22 Seattle 12:00
Aug. 23 Seattle 12:00
Aug. 24 Seattle 12:00
Aug. 25 at Toronto 7:07
Aug. 26 at Toronto 7:07
Aug. 27 at Toronto 7:07
Aug. 29 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Aug. 30 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Aug. 31 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Sept. 1 at Tampa Bay 12:00
Sept. 2 at NY Yankees 7:05
Sept. 3 at NY Yankees 7:05
Sept. 4 at NY Yankees 7:05
Sept. 5 Toronto 12:00
Sept. 6 Toronto 12:00
Sept. 7 Toronto 12:00
Sept. 8 Baltimore 12:00
Sept. 9 Baltimore 12:00
Sept. 10 Baltimore 12:00
Sept. 11 at Kansas City 12:00
Sept. 12 at Kansas City 12:00
Sept. 13 at Kansas City 12:00
Sept. 14 at Kansas City 12:00
Sept. 16 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Sept. 17 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Sept. 19 at Baltimore 7:05
Sept. 20 at Baltimore 12:00
Sept. 21 at Baltimore 1:35
Sept. 23 Tampa Bay 12:00
Sept. 24 Tampa Bay 12:00
Sept. 25 Tampa Bay 12:00
Sept. 26 NY Yankees 12:00
Sept. 27 NY Yankees 12:00
Sept. 28 NY Yankees 12:00

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