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Yankees announce $15 Pinstripe Pass, $10 grandstand ticket offers

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A general exterior view of the stadium is seen as fans line up to enter to watch the New York Yankees play against the Detroit Tigers during Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium on October 13, 2012.

The Yankees are offering two new, cheaper ticket plans for the 2017 season, giving fans the opportunity to attend a game for $15 or less, the team announced Friday.

The team’s two new offers — a $15 “Pinstripe Pass” and $10 grandstand seats — are in addition the the team’s single-game ticket plans and specials.

The $15 Pinstripe Pass is a general admission, standing room only ticket which also includes the choice of a 12 oz. domestic beer for fans age 21 and over with valid ID, a Pepsi product or a bottle of Poland Spring water. Fans who buy a Pinstripe Pass will be able to watch the game from non-assigned standing room locations throughout Yankee Stadium or at any of the team’s recently announced social gathering locations. Pinstripe Pass quantities and prices will vary for each game.

The Yankees also are offering $10 grandstand tickets for select grandstand locations, though quantities available will vary for each game.

All single-game tickets will be made available via presale to MasterCard holders via a presale from Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. p Sunday, Feb. 26 at 10 p.m.. Tickets go on sale to thegeneral public at yankees.com on Monday, Feb. 27 at 10 a.m., and will be made available at the Yankee Stadium box office and at clubhouse shops on Tuesday, Feb. 28.

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