ARLINGTON (AP) – The Texas Rangers have raised ticket prices for all but the cheapest seats at Rangers Ballpark after their second consecutive World Series.

While most increases are $1 to $4 per ticket, corner box seats increased 23 percent. Those seats will be $53 for non-premier games and $59 for 26 games classified as premier, such as most Friday and Saturday home dates. Those seats were $43 and $48 last season.

Seats in the all-you-can-eat section have been raised to $47 for regular games and $53 for premiere games, up from $39 and $45 last year.

Grandstand tickets are unchanged, $7 for regular games and $8 for premiere games. Those seats are $3 for kids 13 and under.

Individual ticket prices were announced Tuesday.

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