Given that the Yankees are having issues selling many of their really expensive seats this season, do you think we’ll soon see the day where the Yankees will adopt a variable ticket pricing policy? That’s today’s wild thought…
Many other big league teams have such a policy. The Mets have had it for years now. Personally, as someone who has the 81-game season ticket package and who then sells off 72 tickets to eight other parties, at face-value, in lots of nine games each, the thought of the Yankees going the variable ticket pricing way is my biggest nightmare – as not all tickets then would have the same face-value. (And, that makes it much more difficult to split up the games.)
How about you? As a fan of the team, how would you feel if the Yankees adopted a variable ticket pricing policy?
Sure, it might mean that you’ll pay less to see the Yankees play the Royals and the Rangers compared to, say, the Red Sox or the Rays. And, it might mean that you’ll pay less to see a Tuesday night game in May compared to, say, a Saturday day game in July. But, would that mean that the Royals game or the May game would be cheap? Or, would it just mean that they’ll be expensive and the Red Sox game or the July game would be even more expensive?
Ah, that’s the question, no?