Boston Globe If you’re a Red Sox season ticket-holder hoping to witness the team’s second World Series title in four years, brace yourself: It’s...

Boston Globe

If you’re a Red Sox season ticket-holder hoping to witness the team’s second World Series title in four years, brace yourself: It’s going to cost you.

One Sox season ticket-holder with seats in the loge boxes received his application for postseason tickets from the Red Sox in a letter dated Aug. 21. The bill for two tickets: $3,520. That’s for a possible 11 games — three in the Division Series, four in the League Championship Series, and four in the World Series. That’s presuming that the Sox have home-field advantage in the first two rounds; they would be assured of a fourth home game in the World Series because the American League won the All-Star Game.

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Ticket strips run from a low of $615 for bleachers to $4,450 for dugout box/on-deck seats. The letter also listed individual ticket prices for each round of the postseason. Division Series tickets span $25 for bleachers to $120 for field boxes. For the ALCS, bleachers will cost from $25 to $60, with field boxes $170. World Series tickets start at $75 for bleachers, to $250 for field boxes.

“It’s nuts,” said the 20-year season ticket-holder. “But you know what, if we don’t buy ’em, they’ll go on StubHub or Ace Tickets or something like that, and go for 10 times the price.”

Last Updated on August 28, 2007 by