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Single-game New York Yankees tickets for the many 2020 season are currently on sale via Ticketmaster for MasterCard Preferred customers and Audi Yankees Club members for certain games, and public on-sale for all games started on December 24.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold-out New York Yankees tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all sold-out 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%.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats available for all New York Yankees home games, including Opening Day against the Toronto Blue Jays, starting at $98. Tickets to most home games start at $25 or less, except for three series against the rival Boston Red Sox, one series against the cross-town New York Mets, and one series against the Oakland Athletics.
Overall, Yankees tickets on the secondary are averaging $145, which is the highest they've been since we've been tracking data.
On the primary market, season tickets and multiple-game packages are available through Ticketmaster, and there are six multi-game packages available, starting with a nine-game package.
The nine-game value package includes tickets to see Baltimore (April 6), Detroit (April 28), Minnesota (May 26), Kansas City (June 10), Baltimore (June 23), Los Angeles Angels (July 21). Chicago White Six (August 5), Tampa Bay (August 18) and Houston (September 21), and starts at $90 for bleacher seats.
Full-season tickets are available for as little as $17 per game up to $410 per game in the first row of the Delta Sky360 Suite. Fans can select their seats on the My Yankees Account page on Ticketmaster.
The Yankees also have individual game suites available, including Party City Suites, which can accommodate 38-80 people, includes food-and-beverage service and a complimentary scoreboard message. Among the other suite options at Yankee Stadium are the Delta Sky360 Suites and the Jim Beam Premium Seats.
The Delta Sky360 Suites combine private seating area with benefits offered by an indoor, full-service bar and upscale dining options. Located behind home plate and on the 200 level of the stadium. The Jim Beam Premium Seats are located in sections 317 – 323, these seats offer an alternate entrance, exclusive food and restrooms, padded seats, and a great birds eye view of the stadium. Unless you are opting for a cheaper, lower seat, the Jim Beam Suite Seats are one of your best bets.
Mobile ticketing is not required at Yankee Stadium, but the team offers the option via Yankees.com. Fans can purchase tickets and get into the stadium via their mobile device using the Ticketmaster app, the Ballpark app or the Yankee Stadium app. Fans can also sign up for text alerts and have tickets delivered to their mobile phones.
The majority of Yankees games have tickets available directly from Ticketmaster as well on the secondary ticket market. Depending in the location and game, most sections, other than upper 400-level, are sold out for the best tickets in those sections, which means it's important to check both TicketIQ and Ticketmaster.
100-level at Yankees stadium is right on the field for all sections beyond the Legends seating, which ends at section 29 and 11, on either side of the field. 100-level seats like 130, 131, 132, 134, 135 as well 110 to 103 are likely the best value on the secondary market, with tickets available under $100 for seats 5-6 rows off of the field. For Aaron Judge fans, right field sections 106, 105 and 104 are probably the best options for seeing the 6 foot-7 inches Judge up-close. He's also notoriously generous in interacting with fans and giving away baseballs between innings....so consider a sign asking for one if you're in those sections.
Behind home plate, rows range from row 1 to as high as row 17S, which is a standing tickets. 16W is the wheelchair accessible row behind home plate. 126 on the third-base bag has rows from 1 to 22.
One of the best values is section 103, which is right next to the Yankees bullpen, and a great way to get within a few feet of 100-MPH fastballs before they hit the field. It's also a great place to work on the bullpen catcher for a ball, especially for dad's with kids under 10 years old.
Rows Range from row 1 to as high as row 41 in section 234. Smaller section go into the low 20s of row depth. The lowest number of rows is behind home plate, where there are only 7 rows, along with an 8WC row for wheelchair accessibility. The 3rd base bag is on section 126 while the first-base bag is on section 216. Sections 205, 206, 233, & 234 can have obstructed sight lines so be careful
300-Level at Yankee Stadium may be amongst the most diverse with lots of club and affordably-priced club options, including all of the below.
Combines private seating area with benefits offered by an indoor, full-service bar and upscale dining options. Located behind home plate and on the 200 level of the stadium
Behind Home plate, the Terrace Level seats are called
Located in sections 317 – 323, these seats offer an alternate entrance, exclusive food and restrooms, padded seats, and a great birds eye view of the stadium. Unless you are opting for a cheaper, lower seat, the Jim Beam Suite Seats are definitely one of your best bets.
400-Level has the most unsold tickets available at face price from the Yankees via Ticketmaster. As the below shows, for most game, tickets start around $30, with tickets near the front of the section sold out.
Seats in the bleachers are the most economic way to see the Yankees, and to soak up as much atmosphere as possible at the New Yankee Stadium. The “Bleacher Creatures” occupy section 203, and are the most passionate, led by long-time TicketIQ partner, Bald Vinny.
Bleacher rows run from 1 to 23 in right field and 1-24 in left field. Seats in section 238 can be partially obstructed, which means it's usually the cheapest section in the stadium. Row 21W runs across the back of the bleacher sections, and are wheelchair accessible. Seat number run from 1 to 21, but sometime flexibility os required, as once you get out there all seats are on metal benches.
The away bullpen is located just below sections 237 & 238 as well as part of the Frank’s Red Hot Terrace – perfect for hecklers or opposing team fans. The Yankees Bullpen is located just below section 202 and part of the Toyota Terrace.
Legends seats at Yankees Stadium are behind the Yankees and visitor dugout. Legends section run from 11 on the first-base side of the field to 29 on the 3rd base side of the field. Both sections 11,12 13, 28 and 29 are all Championship Suites. Legends section 19, 20 and 21a are directly behind home plate. Sections 15A, 15B, 16 and 17A are directly behind the Yankees dugout, while 23, 24a, 24b and 25 are directly behind the visitors dugout.