The Dodgers are offering season tickets for the 2015 season beginning today, the club announced. Tickets begin at $5 for certain reserve-level seats.
The Dodgers sold out their season-ticket stash in 2014 and started a waiting list for the first time in 20 years, capping sales at 35,000. In 2015, the team will again cap sales at 35,000.
A few more bullet points:
- 99 percent of all season tickets increase $5 or less
- 79 percent of all season tickets increase $4 or less
- No seat under $20 increases more than $2
- The one percent of season seats that increase $6-$10 consist of the front row of Field level seats between the bases and the newly-renovated Executive Club level seats
- Tickets on the Reserve level will increase no more than $3
- The Dodgers will continue to have tickets available for as little as $5
- There will be no increase for general admission season parking, while premium season parking will increase by $200 for the 2015 season
“We are tireless in our efforts to field the best possible team, provide a first-class fan experience at the stadium and to be an integral part of making Los Angeles a better community,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said in a statement. “We implemented these adjustments in price structure with a continuing priority to offer a variety of ticketing options that will accommodate any family or individual budget.”