Astros go on sale Monday
HOUSTON -- Tickets for the National League champion Houston Astros' 2006 season go on sale Monday.
Full-season ticket plans begin at $747 if purchased by the Dec. 19 Early Bird discount price deadline. Lower level seats in the dugout boxes are $47 per game, field boxes are $37, seats in the left-field Crawford Boxes are $30 and bullpen boxes are $23.
On the second level, club box seats range from $40-$48. Mezzanine seats are $16. On the third level, seats range from $10-$20.
Outfield Deck seats are sold on an individual game basis and are $1 for children and $7 for adults.
Season-ticket holders have the option of purchasing tickets for all potential 2006 home playoff games before sale to the general public.
Individual regular-season game tickets are scheduled to go on sale in February 2006.
The Astros open the 2006 season against the Florida Marlins at Minute Maid Park on April 3.
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