Red Sox Invite Beacon Hill Students to Summer at Fenway Park

For less than the cost of a movie ticket, Beacon Hill students can enjoy the magic of Boston Red Sox baseball at Fenway Park this summer. The Red Sox are offering young fans affordable tickets to games through the team’s Student 9’s program, which provides high school and college students the opportunity to purchase $9 tickets with a valid student ID at every home game.

“We continuously look to provide greater access to Fenway Park for young fans, and our Student 9’s program offers both native and visiting students from around the New England the opportunity to share in the exhilaration of attending a Red Sox game within a student’s budget,” said Red Sox President and CEO Sam Kennedy. “Students can come to a game at Fenway Park for less than the price of a movie ticket with minimal advance planning. By offering the student community the lowest priced tickets at the ballpark, we hope to instill our love for the sport and memorable experiences for this next generation of Red Sox fans.”

Student 9’s are the lowest priced tickets at Fenway Park and provide access with guaranteed standing room tickets and the potential for an upgrade pending availability. As a member of the program, students can also enjoy invitations to exclusive student events including a post-game “Deck Party” atop the Sam Deck, complete with music, re-opened concessions and more.

High school and collegiate fans can register to receive student offers by visiting or text ‘students’ to the Red Sox at 23215 to sign up for alerts at any time.

Student tickets will be delivered to mobile devices or available through the MLB Ballpark App. Students can scan their ticket directly from their phone when they arrive at the ballpark gates and are asked to bring their student ID for verification to gain entry.

The Student 9’s program is a part of the Red Sox Fan & Youth initiative which aims to provide greater access to Red Sox games, enhance kids experiences at Fenway Park, and celebrate and strengthen the game of baseball in the community. For the full details on the Student 9’s program, please visit

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