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Ticket & Attendance Watch
Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 07 July 2011 21:28

Jeter ticket prices

As the march toward history continues, prices continue to climb. Derek Jeter, who went 1-5 in the 5-1 loss to the Rays tonight is now just two hits away from having 3,000 hits.

As fans look to see history, ticket prices are climbing rapidly.

According to FanSnap.com, ticket prices for tonight's game were down from $138 to $119 while prices for the Friday and Saturday games are both up (Friday went from $165 to $198. Saturday went from $165 to $201)Ticket prices for Sunday's games are down slightly, $158 to $154.

Below is a breakdown of the ticket prices over time for games where Jeter is now likely to hit #3000.

Blended average ticket price for the four-game series

  • 7/7/11 ($172)
  • 7/6/11 ($158)
  • 7/5/11   ($129)
  • 7/4/11   ($124)
  • 7/3/11   ($117)
  • 7/2/11   ($111)
  • 7/1/11   ($95)
  • 6/30/11 ($74)
  • 6/29/11 ($71)
  • 6/28/11 ($71)
  • 6/27/11 ($73)
  • 6/26/11 ($72)
  • 6/25/11 ($72)
  • 6/24/11 ($72)
  • 6/23/11 ($72)

July 7  Rays @ Yankees

Average ticket market price on:

  • June 30 - $75
  • July 5 - $109
  • July 6 - $138
  • July 7 - $119

July 8 Rays @ Yankees

Average ticket market price on:

  • June 30 - $70
  • July 5 - $132
  • July 6 - $165
  • July 7 - $198

July 9 Rays @ Yankees

Average ticket market price on:

  • June 30 - $77
  • July 5 - $139
  • July 6 - $165
  • July 7 - $201

July 10 Rays @ Yankees

Average ticket market price on:

  • June 30 - $75
  • July 5 - $128
  • July 6 - $158
  • July 7 - $154

Source: FanSnap


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