BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Single-game Red Sox tickets went on sale on Thursday morning. Fenway Park is bringing back fans for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
The Red Sox will use "dynamic pricing" for single game tickets, meaning ticket prices will depend on the opponent, the weather and demand.
The ballpark will be allowed to operate at 12% capacity, meaning the supply of tickets will be much shorter than in prior years. As of Thursday morning, tickets were already going fast, with many weekend games in April already completely sold out.
Tickets will be sold in socially-distanced pods of either 2 or 4 seats.
Attending games at Fenway will come with a list of restrictions. Masks are required unless fans eating or drinking, and anyone going to Fenway will need to confirm that they have no symptoms the day of the game.
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