The prices are as follows:

$220 per person for Rosh Hashanah only
$220 per person for Yom Kippur only
$295 per person for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Half the above prices for the first minor child accompanied by an adult:
All additional children under 18 accompanied by an adult are free (this is to encourage people to bring their children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, neighbor’s kids)

$95 flat rate for college students (whether they come for one or all four services)

To order tickets, click on the appropriate link below (ignore the "Search" field with the "Include past?" option beneath it. That has been confusing to some people, and it's not relevant for our event but there is no option not to have it there). 

Regarding Security Warning: On some internet browsers, when you start to enter your credit card number, you may see a pop-up warning that the site is not secure (I have had it happen with one browser -- Opera, but not with another - Chrome, so it probably depends on what the browser's default settings are. The warning applies to, but not to the ticketing site. When you are ordering tickets, you have gone through a portal from (which is not an encrypted site) into the Ticket Biscuit website, which is encrypted and fully secure -- you can see their security certificate just above the credit card field, and you can click on it to open the security certificate in a new tab.

Your ticket purchase confirmation email will contain links to either print or deliver your tickets to your iPhone Passbook, and a link to a webpage with all the details you'll need about the services and the venue. (In the past this information was delivered via a separate email; please don't look for that email this year -- just click on the link below your ticket order total in your purchase confirmation email.)