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Written by The Staff   
Wednesday, 27 September 2006 02:54

YankeesToday, the Yankees announced the suite prices at Yankee Stadium for the 2006 post-season. Suites get the following (depending on size):

All Hall of Fame Suites are located on Yankee Stadium's Loge Level and include the following:

  • 18-30 tickets (depending upon the suite size)
  • Three or four color television monitors
  • Air Conditioning/heating
  • Sliding glass enclosures
  • Bartender service
  • A private restroom
  • Four or five parking passes for Parking Garage #8 (depending upon the suite size)
Also, at no additional charge, the Yankees will provide you and your guests with the following:
  • Catering: premium food and beverage (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
  • Postseason caps
  • Postseason programs

Hall of Fame Suites are available for purchase on an individual game basis and in packages. Packages consist of three games. (One game in each Postseason series)

 Infield Hall of Fame SuitesFirst Base Hall of Fame SuitesOutfield Hall of Fame Suites
 
SeriesSinglePackage PriceSinglePackage PriceSinglePackage Price
ALDS$19,000$17,500$18,000$17,000$9,500 -
$17,000
$8,500 -
$16,000
ALCS$26,000$24,000$24,000$22,000$12,500 - $23,000$11,500 - $21,500
WS$53,000$47,000$48,000$42,000$23,000 - $42,000$21,000 - $37,000

For additional information, please contact David M. Bernstein or Samantha Giraud at (718) 579-4431 or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

*Prices include the cost for tickets, license fees, handling fees, state and local taxes, and the amenities set forth above.
 
 
 
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