The White Sox have struggled to fill the seats this season and the team’s latest move finally embraces a real (but painful) solution: cheaper tickets.
The Sox announced Tuesday that they’ll offer discount tickets throughout the next three home stands (Twins, Royals and a critical four-game stint with the Tigers). That includes two “Value Mondays” on Sept. 3 and 10, when upper-deck seats will start at $7 (normally $16) and lower-level seats at $17 (normally in the high 30s).
Remaining games during the home stands will offer upper reserved seats for $9 and lower reserved for $20.
The move comes as attendance continues to fall short of expectations for a red-hot team leading its division heading into September.