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Where To Buy 2020 Boston Red Sox Tickets?

Single-game primary market tickets to the Boston Red Sox go on sale Friday, January 24 at 10 a.m. EST. Select April, May and September games are already on sale via the MPV and the team website.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Boston Red Sox tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all Major League Baseball tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are 2020 Boston Red Sox Tickets?

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats available for all Boston Red Sox home games, including Opening Day against the Chicago White Sox on April 2. Tickets for that game start at $94 in the Bleacher Section and go up to $1,620 for a seat in Row 2, Dugout Box D33 along the first baseline.  The cheapest seat of the season is currently $11 in the bleachers for the April 6 game against Tampa Bay, but most games have a get-in price of about $20. The two priciest series are against the New York Yankees, for which the cheapest tickets are $111 for the June 12 game in the middle of a three-game set, and $106 for the second game of a four-game set July 30-August 2. 

According to TicketIQ, the average asking price for a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park is $167, up 7% over last season. That average is the second highest of the decade, behind a $168 average in 2018, when Boston went on to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series.


What Are Red Sox Season Tickets Mini Plan Options?

On the primary market, fans can also purchase a Triple Play Pax, which includes three games. The New York Yankees’ series can be included in this package, which starts as low as $30, depending on games selected. Season ticket plans are also available for 10, 20, 40 or all 81 home games. The 10-game plan starts at $357 for bleacher seats, while full-season plans range in price from $4,972 for seats in the Right Field Upper Box to $11,663 for field-box seats.

Red Sox Mobile Ticketing Policy

Fenway Park encourages mobile ticketing via the MLB Ballpark app, but does still accept print-at-home tickets. The team provides an extensive FAQ section on how to access and use digital tickets. 

2020 Boston Red Sox Promotional & Giveaway Schedule

The Boston Red Sox promotional game schedule for 2020 has plenty of fun giveaways for fans this season. The highlights of the promotional schedule are the David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez Hall of Fame Series Bobbleheads.

The Red Sox’s 84-78 finish in 2019 was not enough to make the playoffs, which snapped their three-year postseason streak. After reportedly shopping Mookie Betts, Boston retained him with a one-year deal. He and the Red Sox open the season in Toronto and Baltimore before returning to Boston for their home opener against the Chicago White Sox on April 2. All fans will receive a 2020 magnet schedule for the 2:05 pm Red Sox home opener.

The first bobblehead giveaway of the season is Tuesday, April 7, and the Big Papi Red Sox Hall of Fame Series Bobblehead will be the giveaway that evening. Many of the other Tuesdays during the season will be promotional nights for Red Sox fans, including April 21’s water tumbler, June 16’s Rafael Devers Bobblehead, August 18’s J.D. Martinez Notebook & Backpack, and September 1’s MLB Network Tote Bag. In addition, there are Kids Run the Bases days on April 5, May 3, June 7, August 13, and September 7.

For the following promotional days, the first 7,500 fans will receive the giveaway, except for the all fans and kids giveaways:


Fenway Park Seating Chart + Rows, Seats and Club Seats

For sold out seats, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Fenway Park. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to other secondary sites. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face value tickets for all events at Fenway Park via Ticketmaster


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Red Sox Dugout - The Red Sox players sit in front of Field Box 22Field Box 23Field Box 24Field Box 25 and Field Box 26
Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of Field Box 62Field Box 63Field Box 64Field Box 65 and Field Box 66

Lower Level sections, rows and seats at Fenway Park

The floor seating at Fenway Park is surrounded by sections A1-A7, B1-B7, C1-C8 and 1-165. The A or higher sections have 1-30 rows while B and C sections have 1-20 rows in total. Bleacher Seating is located at highest tier with 1-40 rows each seating section. 

The lower level of Fenway Park is made up of three semi-continuous seating zones, known as Field or Dugout Boxes, followed by Loge Boxes and the Grandstand. There are 1-18 rows in Grandstand sections and are located at highest position amongst three. Loge Boxes begin with row AA and end at row RR. The lowest section, the Field or Dugout Section has typically 1-2 rows followed by rows A-M. 

There are five (5) Entrance Gates to Fenway Park, Gates A-E. There are three elevators at Gate D.

Club, VIP, Box Seats and Suites at Fenway Park 

EMC club seats are located on the second level above grandstand seating. The club seats are padded with extra legroom, with in-seat wait service. The Ford Clubhouse serves as a private venue for Red Sox home games for Dugout Seat Patrons. 

The Royal Rooters Club is located behind Section 3 in the east end of Fenway Park near Gate B concourse. 

Dugout padded seats are located at field level. The first row in Sections 39-50 (A1) will also have a TV monitor on the ground in front of them. The Champions Club is located in the big concourse where guests frequently gather and eat before a Red Sox game. 

Family Restrooms are at Gate E. Additionally, there is a family restroom located on the Pavilion Level under Pavilion Box 14 and Pavilion Box 2. Grandstand Sections 32 and 33 are designated family sections. 

The Boston Red Sox have luxury suites that can be rented on a game-to-game basis. Six "K" suites adorn the third-base side, five "B" suites reside along the first-base side. 


The concert and Boston Red Sox tickets have unsold face value tickets available for most games, which can be purchased directly through Ticketmaster.  Prices may be above or below prices on the secondary ticket market. Many Concerts also have unsold tickets.  For Sold Out Seats and Events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all events at Fenway Park.  That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.


Ticlets for Boston Red Sox and concerts at Fenway Park can be purchased from the Red Sox Ticket Office, located at 4 Jersey Street. You can also purchase tickets online through Ticketmaster and TicketIQ. 

Will call tickets are available beginning 90 minutes prior to games at all gates. Fans are required to show a photo id when picking-up their tickets. No ticket drop-offs are accepted.


Fenway Park is fully equipped with ADA Accessibility entrances and seating. Patrons MUST SPECIFY if they need ADA, hearing impaired, or visually impaired seating at the time of ticket purchase. All gates of Fenway Park are handicap-accessible. Grandstand wheelchair ticket holders must enter through Gates D or E.