The Cincinnati Reds have had an up-and-down 2015 MLB season, but entering June, they’re still 22-27 with enough talent to push themselves further up in the standings. The Reds will look for a big June to push them back over .500 and into the mix for the division. Let’s see how that might go as we break down their cheapest and most expensive games for the month, according to

Cheapest – 6/9/2015 VS. Philadelphia Phillies | Avg: $24 | Get-in: $3

The Reds get to start June out on the road against the lowly Phillies, which projects to help them get closer to .500 right away. Just a few days later they battle them again, but this time the series shifts to Great American Ball Park. The Reds are going to be the favorite in this series, as the Phillies are riddled with old players and little youth that has them anchored toward the bottom of the NL. That being said, Reds vs. Phillies tickets aren’t even $25 on average, while fans can get in the door for as low as $3. For a nice home game to see the Reds get a likely win, fans can’t ask for a better deal.

Most Expensive – 6/13/2015 @ Chicago Cubs | Avg: $110.89 | Get-in: $33

The most expensive Cincinnati Reds tickets in June comes in a divisional clash with the Cubbies, a matchup that needs no hyping. The Reds will badly want to take this game and the entire series for obvious reasons, and fans from both sides could be getting a heck of a series. Save more on Chicago parking at, where Wrigley Field parking starts from $10 for this game. Chicago has been the hotter team out of the gates and they’ve been solid at home (15-11 home record), but the Reds have a chance to give them a run for their money at Wrigley Field.