Wednesday April 8th, 2015

The Boston Red Sox have the most expensive average ticket price for non-premium seats, and the San Diego Padres have the cheapest tickets, according to Team Marketing Report.

Bob Cohn of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports the Red Sox have a league-high average ticket price of $52.34 and Fan Cost Index of $350.86. The FCI is an estimate of the cost to attend a game for a group of four, including tickets, food, parking and other purchases. The Red Sox did not raise their prices this season after holding the highest average ticket prices last season.

The Padres have an average ticket price of $16.37, while the Diamondbacks ($17.98) and Braves ($19.14) have the next cheapest tickets. It is also the Padres' second straight year with the cheapest prices.

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Across the league, the average ticket price is $28.94.

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