Detroit Tigers Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow – Here’s How It Will Work
Read this if you’re looking forward to some Detroit Tigers baseball action this season…including tickets for Opening Day.
Folks hoping to buy Detroit Tigers tickets in person at the box office for this season will need to pick up a wrist band at the Tiger Club lobby (in Comerica Park) on Witherell Street beginning at 3pm today (Friday, February 28). Wrist bands will go to the first 1,000 fans. Tomorrow morning (Saturday, March 1) between 8:15 and 8:30am, a fan will randomly draw a number that will start the line. All other numbers will be placed in numerical order, up to 1,000, then one through the last number drawn, followed by persons without wristbands who arrive at the Comerica Park box office after the number has been drawn.
Wristbands are one per person, and DO NOT guarantee tickets. Those with wristbands must be in numerical order by 9:30am. Fans arriving after 9:30, even with a wristband will be directed to the end of the line.
Detroit Tigers’ tickets, including those for Opening Day on March 31, will go on sale at 10am tomorrow (Saturday, March 1).
Fans will need to have a valid form of payment for their purchase…cash or a valid credit card with valid I.D.
You can also purchase tickets online, at tigers.com, or by phone at 866-66-TIGER.
For more information, you are asked to call Tigers Media Relations at 313-471-2000.
Here is another link with great information, from WXYZ-TV. CLICK HERE FOR THAT ARTICLE.
Don’t forget…you can sign a petition to make MLB’s Opening Day an official holiday.