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Volume 27 No. 13
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Marlins Not Raising Ticket Prices Amid Push To Draw More Fans

The Marlins are "not increasing prices for their single-game tickets this season, meaning close to half of tickets will cost no more than $25 and more than 25% are less than $20," according to Jordan McPherson of the MIAMI HERALD. It is a "continuation of the Marlins' efforts to make a night to the ballpark more affordable for fans and, in turn, help continue filling seats." The team "added two standing-room-only zones" before last season, one in center field and one in right. Tickets for those areas cost just $10. Right field also hosts the Comunidad 305 section, which allows fans to "showcase their heritage." There also is the 3o5 menu, which features eight "traditional ballpark menu items that will be either $3 or $5." The Marlins have had the "lowest attendance in MLB each of the past two years" (MIAMI HERALD, 2/5).