Dodgers introduce tiered-pricing for tickets
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It could cost you more to see some of the more desirable Dodgers baseball games this season. The team has introduced a new four-tier pricing system.
For "one-star" games, tickets run from $8 to $100.
"Four-star" games run from $30 to $160.
Also, you can buy tickets for all regular-season home games on a single-game basis.
Those tickets go on sale January 26, the same day the club hosts its first off-season Dodger FanFest.
Opening day is April 1 against the San Francisco Giants, a "four-star" game.
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