Want 2010 Red Sox Tickets? I Got Some

As my Twitter followers already know, I’m a rabid fan of the Boston Red Sox. In fact, I’ve been a season ticket holder since 2004. I go to 18-20 games myself and sell the rest to family and friends. This year I still have a few pairs of ticket to sell, so if you want to grab any, here they are.

These are right field box seats, Section 7, Box 93, Row MM, seats 9 & 10. They’re about 50 feet past the Pesky pole and about 15 rows off the field. See the photo below.

The price is $100 a pair, which is my cost plus a couple of bucks s/h. That’s still below the $104 price at the box office for comparable seats.

The Red Sox have sold out the last 550 games in a row, so if you’re from out of town and want to get to a game this year, this may be your best bet without paying scalping fees.

To reserve a ticket, simply reply in a comment to this post or send me an e-mail at paul [at] gillin [dot] com. No tweets, please. I have enough moving parts to keep track of!

Date Time Opponent
4/20/2010 7:10 PM Rangers
4/21/2010 7:10 PM Rangers
4/22/2010 7:10 PM Rangers
5/10/2010 7:10 PM Blue Jays
5/11/2010 7:10 PM Blue Jays
5/12/2010 1:35 PM Blue Jays
6/15/2010 7:10 PM Diamondbacks
6/17/2010 7:10 PM Diamondbacks
8/24/2010 7:10 PM Mariners

View from Fenway Park Section 93, Row MM

Tickets to Five Red Sox Games Available

If you live near Boston and you’re as big a Red Sox fan as I am, read this.

This is my fifth year as a Red Sox season ticket holder. I typically attend 18-20 games a year and sell the rest of the tickets at cost to friends and colleagues. The photo at right is a view from the seats, which are in section 7. The yellow pole at the right of the photo is the famous Pesky Pole in right field.

I still have tickets for the following games at Fenway Park:

Date Time
4/10/2008 7:05 PM Tigers
4/30/2008 7:05 PM Blue Jays
5/21/2008 7:05 PM Royals
9/8/2008 7:05 PM Rays
9/9/2008 7:05 PM Rays

If you want them, the cost is $94/pair (which is six bucks less than you’d pay at the Sox ticket office). Thanks to a new Red Sox program, I can now e-mail tickets, so even the April 10 game is in play. First come, first served, so e-mail me ASAP.