This is what the Yankees just sent out on tickets. It’s all the info I have, so if you have any further questions, contact the team.
Individual tickets for all 2007 New York Yankees regular-season home games will go on sale on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at the Advance Ticket Windows at Yankee Stadium from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., online only at www.yankees.com and by phone – through Ticketmaster – at (212) 307-1212 (or check local listing).
Beginning Thursday, February 1, 2007, tickets may also be purchased at all area Ticketmaster outlets and at all Yankees Clubhouse Shops.
Yankee Stadium ticket windows will be open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. beginning on January 31. Beginning on March 1, 2007, the Advance Ticket Windows at Yankee Stadium will be open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
TICKETS SOLD AT YANKEE STADIUM: In an effort to facilitate ticket sales, a Random Number Wristband Distribution procedure, used previously at Yankee Stadium, will again be utilized. This method has not only discouraged ticket scalping, but also provides fans with a fair ticket-buying method. The components of the procedure will operate as follows:
The Yankees will distribute randomly numbered wristbands on Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. outside of Gate 6 at Yankee Stadium. Fans arriving after 9:00 a.m. will not receive a wristband and will not be able to purchase tickets at Yankee Stadium until February 1.
At approximately 9:15 a.m., the Yankees will announce the randomly selected starting number for the sale of tickets. The fan holding the wristband with the number drawn will be the first person in line to purchase tickets followed by the persons holding the subsequent numbers (for example, if 1150 is the number drawn, whomever is holding that wristband will be first, 1151 will be second, etc., and the person holding 1149 will be last in line).
At 10:00 a.m., ticket sales will begin at the Advance Ticket Windows. Cash and credit cards will be accepted.
Once all fans with a wristband have been through the line, the stadium ticket windows will close for the day.
Having a wristband DOES NOT guarantee a ticket, only a place in line.
Only one wristband per person. Children 12 and under are not eligible to receive a wristband.
No fan with a wristband that has been or appears to have been altered or removed and reattached shall be entitled to purchase tickets.
Per the New York City Police Department, chairs, tents, sleeping bags, coolers and alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Stadium area.
There will be a four-ticket limit, per person, per premium game. There will be a 12-ticket limit, per person, per game, for all other non-premium games.
Available tickets range in price from $12.00 – $300.00. For complete ticket pricing information, fans should visit www.yankees.com. In addition, the Yankees are renewing eight individual-game discount programs in 2007:
“Verizon Wireless Family Games” – Tier-Reserved tickets will be discounted to $16.00 on designated games Monday through Thursday in April, May and September.
“Fujifilm $5.00 Games” – All Tier-Box tickets, Tier-Reserved tickets and Bleachers tickets will be discounted to only $5.00 on selected games throughout the season.
“Coca-Cola Value Pack Games” – Four Tier-Box tickets, four Tier-Reserved tickets or four Bleachers ticketsâ€”as well as four hot dogs, four Coke products and one official Yankees item (to be determined)â€”will be available at discounted package prices (to be determined).
“MasterCard Grand Slam Pack” – Four Tier-Box tickets, four Tier-Reserved tickets or four Bleachers ticketsâ€”as well as four hot dogs, four non-alcoholic beverages and one official Yankees item (to be determined)â€”will be available at discounted package prices (to be determined).
“Poland Spring Youth Games” – All tickets can be purchased for half price by fans 14 and underâ€”when accompanied by an adultâ€”on all Saturday games (excluding Premium Games) in the following locations: Main Box, Loge Box, Main Reserved, Tier Box MVP, Tier Box, Tier Reserved and Bleachers). Available only on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium and subject to availability.
“Senior Citizen Games” – A limited number of seats are available for $5.00 for Senior Citizens (60 and over) to seven games throughout the season. Available two hours prior to game time at the Yankee Stadium Advance Ticket Windows only.
All Tier-Reserved tickets to any Wednesday game (except premium games) can be purchased for $10.00 by students presenting a valid student ID. Available only on the day of the game at Yankee Stadium and subject to availability.
“Con Edison Tuesday Night Games” – All Tier-Reserved tickets will be discounted to $16.00 for all Tuesday night games (except premium games).
Many of the 2007 ticket-discount programs may also be applied to group tickets (minimum of 20 tickets). Fans desiring group ticket information should call the Yankees Ticket Office at (718) 293-6000 or visit www.yankees.com.
Please be advised, due to an increase of sales in Full and Partial Ticket License Plans, Ticket License Deposits and 2007 Holiday Ticket Packs, there will be a very limited number of individual game tickets available for Premium Games. The term “Premium Games” is defined as the Opening Day game, the Old-Timersâ€™ Day game and all games played against the following teams: (i) Boston Red Sox, (ii) Detroit Tigers, (iii) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and (iv) New York Mets.