The $90 seat is out at Camelback Ranch this spring, and free parking is in.
The Dodgers have quietly eliminated the 198-seat VIP section at their spring home, in which fans were offered such perks as preferred parking, food coupons, sunscreen and "cool, scented towels."
"Based on fan feedback, we determined that premium seating in spring training wasn't necessary," Dodgers spokesman Josh Rawitch said Wednesday.
Those VIP seats were sold for $90 last spring, the highest price in the Cactus or Grapefruit leagues. The seats will now cost $42 or $47 as part of a section of prime box seats.
The Dodgers have raised prices by $2 on all tickets to cover the cost of free parking, including shuttles and pedal carts to transport fans from parking lots.