The Red Sox announced on Tuesday that ticket prices for 2012 regular season games at Fenway Park will remain at their 2011 level and not see an increase. This is the second time in four years the club has kept prices at the same level. In 2009, ticket prices remained frozen at their 2008 levels.
"The decision to hold ticket prices next season is just one of many ways we hope to show our gratitude to Red Sox Nation in 2012 for the unfailing support they have shown at the ballpark, and for their faith in the Red Sox," said team president and CEO Larry Lucchino. "It is also part of an effort we've made over the last few years to slow the growth of season ticket and individual game tickets to ensure the Fenway Park experience is a viable option for as many citizens of Red Sox Nation as possible."
The first chance for fans to purchase tickets for 2012 regular season games will be Dec. 10 at the annual "Christmas at Fenway" event presented by Stop & Shop. More details about this holiday event will be announced in the coming weeks.
Information regarding tickets atop the Green Monster and Budweiser Deck will be announced in 2012.
Special discount programs will also be available for active duty military and clergy.
"We are constantly impressed by our fans' love of the game and our franchise, and we hope to see them fill up Fenway Park next year as we celebrate the ballpark's special 100th anniversary season," Lucchino said.
For more information on tickets please see redsox.com/tickets.