Report: Red Sox non-premium tickets most expensive in MLB

April 06, 2015 - 9:10 am

The average price for an MLB ticket rose to $28.94, an increase of 3.3 percent from 2014, according to Team Marketing Report. That rise marks the largest hike since 2009. Despite not raising ticket prices following a fifth-place finish in the AL East last year, the Red Sox still have the most expensive average non-premium ticket price ($52.34). Boston also tops the list for Fan Cost Index, which totals the average for four tickets, two beers, four soft drinks, four hot dogs, parking, and two hats. The FCI for a game at Fenway Park is $350.86. The lowest FCI in the league is Arizona, at $126.89. The Yankees, who also did not raise prices in 2015, sell the most expensive average premium ticket, at $305.39. An average premium ticket for the Red Sox costs $180.37. The largest price hike for an average non-premium ticket came from the Royals, who raised prices 20.3 percent to $29.76.