LOS ANGELES (CBS)— Coming off a season of sagging attendance, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced Monday that the team was lowering season-ticket prices for next year.

According to the team, the reduced prices will affect 96 percent of the seats at Dodger Stadium, with more than 35,000 seats available for $20 or less in season-ticket packages. Seating on the top deck will be $5 per seat.

The $16 price for preferred field box seating is the lowest it has been in 10 years, according to the team, while preferred loge box and reserve seats are at their lowest prices in 16 and 24 years, respectively.

Season ticket holders will also be given the chance to enter the stadium early and watch batting practice and play catch on the field after select games.

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Comments (9)
  1. Football in LA says:

    Sounds great. Now, get rid of McCourt and I look forward to returning.

  2. 818gurl says:

    My thoughts exactly, Football in LA!

  3. Rick says:

    Great!! Now get rid of that east coast hack of an owner who only loves money and maybe the Dodgers fans will return. Until then Not another dime from this Dodgers fan.

  4. Tally Hoo says:

    would not go if it was free…..GO CARDS!!!!

  5. orlando says:

    It’s not the money, Frank. It’s YOU!

  6. Al-CIAda says:

    Now more troublemakers can afford to go.

  7. Cat says:

    Now lower the parking lot price!

  8. Igor Doublebubblevich. says:

    Boring event really not a sport, no cheerleaders, fat managers arguing with umpires, tobacco cheweing players spitting all over, i would never watch a baseball event, MMA/football real men sports.

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