There's been a lot of talk lately about the rising ticket prices for a ball game at Dodgers Stadium, and according to the L.A. Times, prices remain nearly the same except for:
- $2-$3 surcharge for Fridays and Saturdays
- top deck seats going from $9-$11 to $12-$15
- left field pavilion seats going from $11-$13 to $15-$18
- all-you-can-eat tickets rising to $40 on game day, but if you buy them in advance, they're $30 (which is actually $5 cheaper than they used to be)
There's also the matter that you can't see the Dodgers duke it out against the current World Series champs, the New York Yankees, unless you buy a package of at least 14 games.
Nevertheless, it ain't really summer until you dig into that Dodger Dog. Ticket prices may be higher, but that just means you'll have to pick and choose your ballpark trips more carefully. Start deciding now: single-game tickets go on sale this Saturday at 10am. Plaaaaaaaaaaay ball!
-- Chau Tu
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