Dodgers begin 2015 season ticket sales

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Dodgers launched the sale of season tickets for the 2015 season on Friday.

The club announced that prices will increase in many areas of Dodger Stadium, but more than half of season tickets will continue to be priced at less than $20, with some seats on the Reserve Level for as little as $5.

The Dodgers sold out of season tickets in 2014 and started a waiting list for the first time in 20 years, capping sales at 35,000. In 2015, the team will again cap sales at 35,000.

Season ticket customers that renew for 2015 will retain the right to purchase 2015 postseason tickets.

"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."

There will be no increase for general admission season parking, while premium season parking will increase by $200 for the 2015 season.

The club announced that 99 percent of all season tickets increase $5 or less, while the one percent of season seats that increase $6-$10 consists of the front row of Field level seats between the bases and the newly-renovated Executive Club level seats.

Further information is available at www.dodgers.com/seasontickets or by calling 323-DODGERS.  

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.