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Dodgers seek to leverage Yankees' visit to sell more tix
The Yankees are the biggest road draw in baseball, and it appears their much-anticipated late June visit to Chavez Ravine is created a bit of a stir.
Check out this news release from the Dodgers Tuesday:
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that due to the velocity of sales of mini plans and season tickets, the games against the defending World Champion New York Yankees will not be available on an individual game basis.
With an overwhelming volume of requests from current season ticket holders, the team will offer a limited number of tickets for the series against the Yankees to those existing season ticket holders, as is customary with Opening Day and the Postseason.
Seven-game mini plans or season seats will be the only way for fans to guarantee tickets to the Yankees series at Dodger Stadium on June 25-27.
The mini plan starts as low as $9 per seat for a ticket to seven different home games on the Top Deck. For seven games in the All-You-Can-Eat Right Field pavilion, the mini plan costs just $28 per game. Mini-plans are available on the Reserved Level starting at $12, Loge Level for $40 and Field Level starting at $45 per game. Fans can save as much as 30 percent through the purchase of a seven-game mini plan.
In addition, fans can secure tickets to two of the three Yankee games by purchasing a 21-game plan for as little as $9 per seat. Season tickets for all remaining home games start as low as $8 per seat.