Although a tall boy at the Rogers Centre may cost $9.25, tickets to the .500 level at the Rogers Centre are just a mere $9.00. Thanks to Big League Stew for giving the Jays props for having the cheapest season tickets in the league at a mere $95. Of course, they’re talking about the Toronto Star Season Pass where fans have access to all 2009 Blue Jays home games, depending on availability.
Of course, this season pass comes with restrictions - I imagine it’s a bit of a clusterf*ck trying to get tickets for Opening Day and any Red Sox or Yankees series, but overall it seems like a pretty good deal. So long as your seats aren’t 20-30 rows back in the .500 level, the view isn’t really that bad anyway.
The most gratifying part of all is that season tickets for the Toronto Blue Jays cost less than two field level tickets to a single New York Yankees game at the new Yankee Stadium.
Is there some sort of recession going on right now? Because I guess Brian Cashman didn’t get the memo.