The Red Sox are celebrating their latest World Series title the only way they know how…by raising the ticket prices for the 2019 season.
The team announced Thursday that the average cost of a ticket will rise by 2.5 percent. The Sox are also adjusting their tiered-pricing structure to include a “diamond” level, which will increase the price on the most in-demand games by 10 percent.
Those games include the home opener, the Dodgers series in July, and two series against the Yankees.
This marks the fourth consecutive year the team has hiked ticket prices and the seventh time in the last 11 seasons.
This year’s post-World Series bump is smaller than the hike after the 2013 championship season, when the Red Sox raised ticket prices by 4.8 percent.