The Pawtucket Red Sox today committed to continue to keep tickets affordable in the years ahead by creating the "PawSox Family Ticket Plan" to maintain low-priced, affordable tickets. For at least the first five years in which the PawSox play in a new Pawtucket ballpark, children's tickets will remain at $6, seniors tickets will remain at $6, and adult General Admission tickets will remain at $9. Those are the current prices of tickets when purchased in advance of the day of the game.
The club is making this announcement on the 40th anniversary of the year Ben Mondor bought the club and extricated it from the tangles of bankruptcy. The beloved late owner protected ticket prices for families throughout this tenure.
"Affordable family entertainment, the bedrock of Minor League Baseball, began right here in Pawtucket, RI," said PawSox Vice-Chairman Mike Tamburro, who has been with the PawSox 43 years. "We want to ensure that families will have access to PawSox baseball, and we want to assure these families that the comfort, warmth, and hospitality that they have come to expect will continue in the years ahead."
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