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How to get New York Yankee tickets.
When it comes to how to get Yankees Tickets you want to make sure you order tickets from a safe reliable company. Barry’s Tickets has been offering tickets to the Yankees baseball games at Yankee Stadium since 1985 and has Great Seats, Great Prices on any tickets. Select your Yankees game you would like to attend from the list above and view seats for all the MLB season action.
Once you select the game of your choice on the following page you can select seats using our interactive Yankee Stadium seating chart allowing you to view the field from all sections on the Yankee Stadium seating chart as well as select by quantity, price, section or compare multiple sections at one time to help you select the best seats for your budget.
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Buying your tickets early.
Barry’s Tickets offers a 100% full money back refund if you buy tickets to a MLB Yankees baseball games and the game is not played. Barry’s Tickets offers all games on the Yankees schedule so you can purchase tickets early knowing they will be covered by a full no questions asked reimbursement if the game is not played.
How much are Yankees Tickets?
During the regular season, the current average Yankees ticket price is $43.00 per ticket. The present low price for seats is $35.00 per seat while the average high price is $68.00. Prices for New York Yankees home games can vary based on their opponent, day of the week, promotional giveaways and playoff possibilities.
Promotional Giveaway Games.
All 2017 Yankees promotional giveaway games are highlighted above in yellow. You can check out more information on crowd favorites Yankees Bobblehead giveaway games as well as all other New York Yankees promotional games. Giveaway items and games are subject to change at any time.
When do Yankees 2018 Tickets go on sale?
The MLB game schedule for the upcoming season comes out in out in mid-September and includes the Yankees 2018 Opening Day game which will fall between the last few days of March and the first day of April. Yankee Playoff tickets go on sale for the National League Division Series in early September. New York Yankees Tickets individual games go on sale for the entire season go on sale in February before the start of the 2018 MLB season in early April.
New York Yankees home games at Yankee Stadium.
The address for Yankee Stadium is 1 East 161st Street Bronx, New York.
The Yankees play their home games at Yankee Stadium, located in New York, California. When filled, Yankee Stadium can hold over 41,000 screaming fans. Last season, the New York Yankees finished sixth in espn.com's MLB attendance rankings with a total attendance of 3,063,405 and an average of 37,819 fans in eighty-one regular season games. On the road, New York draws an average of 34,380 where ever they play.
The dugout for the New York Yankees is located in front of sections 119 - 124 while the visitor's dugout is between 107 - 109.
New York Yankees Information
Since their inception in 1901 as the Baltimore Orioles, the Yankees have been one of the most successful professional teams in baseball. Currently, the New York Yankees are the holders of twenty-seven World Series titles. Forty American League Pennants, eighteen East Division Titles and five Wild Card Berths.
Like their rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Yankees beginnings started in New York. From 1901 - 1902 they were the Baltimore Orioles and from 1903 - 1912 they were called the New York Highlanders. The Yankees and Dodgers rivalry is also one of the longest-standing rivalries in all of sports today.
The Yankees have twenty-two retired numbers which include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMiggio, Whitey Ford and Derek Jeter.
The New York Yankees last World Series win was in 2009 against the Philadelphia Phillies winning series 4 - 2.
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