Phillies Tickets Sold Out

Not sure how well the Mets are doing with their ticket sales this winter, but it’s interesting to see that the Philadelphia Phillies have completely sold out their season ticket plans (full and partial) for the 2011 season — and this happened after they increased individual ticket prices.

The increase in prices ranges from $2 – $5, depending on the seat location.

In case you’re wondering, the highest priced ticket in Citizens Bank Park is $60.

Hat tip to loyal MetsToday reader “GaryS” who emailed to me the information.

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  1. gary s. December 3, 2010 at 7:41 pm
    The top seat at the House that Fred and Jeffie built is $440.They are easy to locate.They are always empty.Draw your own conclusions.
  2. Bob December 13, 2010 at 1:22 pm
    Wait one season. Once they don’t make the playoffs season tickets will be easy to get a hold of again. I really don’t want to hear anyone cry about hard economic times when people can afford to sell out the phillies season tickets.