2010 Ticket Prices Are Out

Of course, you may need to carry a card in your wallet to translate what type of game is happening each day, but kudos to the front office for thinking outside of the box.  After all, the Rays are the defending “most affordable team for fans in sports” – something the marketing department probably will have printed on napkins at the concession stands next season as you are buying that $9 can of Guinness beer.

The Rays will continue the very popular programs of free parking for cars with 4 or more passengers in it as well as allowing fans to bring in outside food and whatever airplane bottles of liquor they manage to sneak into games.

The prices can be found here. Hopefully, fans will do a better job of coming to the games this year since the club’s mid-season’s attendance fell by 16% in 2009. If fans want to improve the team, increasing ticket sales is the best way to help that happen.

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