The Los Angeles Dodgers still have 16 games remaining on their regular season schedule and potentially a run in the postseason, but matters related to 2015 continue to be addressed.

Earlier this week, the Dodgers’ 2015 regular season schedule was released and on Friday, the team announced season tickets for 2015 are now on sale. Prices have increased in certain areas, but the Dodgers maintain the majority of season tickets can be purchased for less than $20.

After selling out of season tickets in 2014 and instituting a waiting list, the Dodgers will do the same for 2015 and again cap sales at 35,000. Per usual, season ticket holders will have the right to purchase 2015 postseason tickets.

More details on 2015 season tickets:

  • 99 percent of all season tickets increase $5 or less
  • 79 percent of all season tickets increase $4 or less
  • No seat under $20 increases more than $2
  • The one percent of season seats that increase $6-$10 consist of the front row of Field level seats between the bases and the newly-renovated Executive Club level seats
  • Tickets on the Reserve level will increase no more than $3
  • The Dodgers will continue to have tickets available for as little as $5
  • There will be no increase for general admission season parking, while premium season parking will increase by $200 for the 2015 season

“We are tireless in our efforts to field the best possible team, provide a first-class fan experience at the stadium and to be an integral part of making Los Angeles a better community,” said Dodgers’ President and CEO Stan Kasten. “We implemented these adjustments in price structure with a continuing priority to offer a variety of ticketing options that will accommodate any family or individual budget.”

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