Average MLB Ticket for 2015 at $28.94, a 3.3% Increase
The average Major League Baseball ticket increased by 3.3 percent to $28.94 for the 2015 season, according to the Team Marketing Report Fan Cost Index®.
That’s the biggest percentage increase since the average ticket price rose five percent to $26.64 in 2009.
The Fan Cost Index (FCI) total, the average price to take a family of four to a game, increased by 2.5 percent to $211.68.
The FCI is created by combining four non-premium season tickets, two beers, four soft drinks . . .
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