This week, TicketNews examined some interesting differences in price for the upcoming baseball game between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers at Yankee...

This week, TicketNews examined some interesting differences in price for the upcoming baseball game between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers at Yankee Stadium on July 1, 2008.

A web search conducted on Friday, June 20, found Field Championship tickets (boxes 1-52) available on Yankees.com via Ticketmaster priced at $325, plus convenience and shipping charges. Similar Yankees tickets (Field Box 41) on TicketLiquidator were priced lower, at $170, plus convenience and shipping charges. Face value for a full season ticket holder is $250, plus convenience and shipping charges for a similar ticket. The game day price is $400, plus convenience and shipping, according to Yankees.com. See the screen shots below.

Another example of the price differences for Yankees tickets between Ticketmaster and TicketLiquidator is this: tickets to Box 79 Row K would cost a general consumer at least $240, not including convenience and shipping charges should they purchase them through the Yankees. TicketLiquidator offers similar tickets, for Box 72 Row J, at just $156.

A comparison of Main Championship Box tickets yielded the following results: tickets purchased through Yankees.com cost $180 and $280 for advanced tickets and game day tickets, respectively. Similar tickets at TicketLiquidator were priced at just $113 (Box 228). Yankees full season ticket holders are paying $120 for these tickets. There were no Main Championship tickets available for the Rangers game on Yankees.com.

Tier Box MVP tickets on TicketLiquidator were also a great deal; front row seats were going for $39, while similar tickets on Yankees.com were priced at $65, plus convenience and shipping charges. The game day price listed on Yankees.com is $70, not including convenience and shipping charges.

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