The Red Sox have announced a ticket price increase at Fenway for next year that will primarily affect seats closest to the field.
Ticket prices will rise by an average of 2.9 percent according to a press release.
The increase will target the first five rows of the Field Box, first ten rows of the Grandstand and Outfield Grandstand, first nineteen rows of Bleacher Sections 40-43, and Rows A-N in the Right Field Box will rise slightly more than rows further from the field in those sections.
This is the largest price increase since 2014 when ticket prices were bumped up 4.8 percent. Fenway tickets rose 1.4 percent this year, but remained the same in 2015. The average annual increase since 2008 is 1.6 percent per year.
The lowest-priced ticket to a game at Fenway Park in 2017 is $10.
The Red Sox will continue to offer special reduced pricing for students, clergy, veterans, and active duty members of the military.