Rangers ticket prices
Not much change
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - The AL champion Texas Rangers have
raised ticket prices for about two-thirds of their seats for 52
non-premier home games, though many of the increases are for $2 or
less per seat.
Coming off their first World Series, the Rangers increased from
19 to 29 the number of home dates considered premier games with
higher prices. But about 30,000 seats (69 percent) at Rangers
Ballpark will cost less for those games than last season.
Individual ticket prices were announced Wednesday. The biggest
increases are for lower box and club seats.
Advance sales on non-premier games are $62 (from $50) for lower
box and $58 (from $45) for club. Seats with all-you-can-eat food
are up from $34 to $39 for non-premier games.
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