Baseball Div I Championship
Tickets & Hospitality
|Saturday, June 14||2 p.m.||GAME 1|
|Saturday, June 14||7 p.m.||GAME 2|
|Sunday, June 15||2 p.m.||GAME 3|
|Sunday, June 15||7 p.m.||GAME 4|
|Monday, June 16||2 p.m.||GAME 5|
|Monday, June 16||7 p.m.||GAME 6|
|Tuesday, June 17||2 p.m.||GAME 7|
|Tuesday, June 17||7 p.m.||GAME 8|
|Wednesday, June 18||7 p.m.||GAME 9|
|Thursday, June 19||7 p.m.||GAME 10|
|Friday, June 20||2 p.m.||GAME 11|
|Friday, June 20||7 p.m.||GAME 12|
|Saturday, June 21||2 p.m.||GAME 13*|
|Saturday, June 21||7 p.m.||GAME 14*|
|Monday, June 23||7 p.m.||CWS FINALS GAME 1|
|Tuesday, June 24||7 p.m.||CWS FINALS GAME 2|
|Wednesday, June 25||7 p.m.||CWS FINALS GAME 3*|
Reserved Ticket Pricing and Purchasing Options
Following are the reserved ticket prices for the 2014 CWS:
|Section||Games 1-4||Games 5, 7, 11, 13 and 14||Games 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12||Finals 1-3|
|107-117||$37 each||$32 each||$35 each||$37 each|
|100-106 & 118-124||$36 each||$31 each||$34 each||$36 each|
|201-203, 221-223, 301-303 and 321-323||$35 each||$30 each||$33 each||$35 each|
There are a number of options for purchasing single-game reserved tickets for the NCAA Men’s College World Series. For more information on each of the different outlets, please refer to the options listed below.
An advance sale of reserved tickets to the 2014 College World Series will be held Saturday, April 12 at 10 a.m. central time (11 a.m. ET) online through the NCAA. A limited number of tickets will be available and games may sell out. There is a purchase limit of up to four games, and up to four tickets for Games 1 through 4 and the Finals games, and up to six tickets for Games 5 through 12 during this sale. Only those games guaranteed to be played will be on sale. Tickets for any “If necessary” games (Games 13, 14 and Finals 3) will not be made available until game day and will only be available at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office. The link to the advance sale will be available at NCAA.com/cwstickets.
Because this advance sale is online, tickets must be purchased using a valid credit card. Once purchased, the tickets will be registered electronically to your credit card – no paper tickets will be issued nor are tickets available for home printing. When entering for your game(s), you will need to bring the credit card you used to purchase your tickets to the Flash Seats line at Gates 1, 2 or 3 at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha where your card will be electronically scanned and a seat locator will be printed, giving you access to your seats in the stadium.
If you require accessible seating, seating options will be available in this sale. The accessible seating entrance adjacent to the TD Ameritrade Park box office also will be an electronic ticket entry point.
The NCAA Experience: Ticket and Hospitality Packages
The NCAA Experience ticket packages are currently on sale through PrimeSport, the Official Hospitality Provider of the NCAA Men's College World Series. PrimeSport is your source for ticket and hospitality packages for every game of the NCAA Men's College World Series. Fans may also purchase hospitality only packages. Ticket and hospitality packages may be NCAA.com/VIP.
NCAA Ticket Exchange: A Fan-to-Fan Marketplace
If you are unable to purchase the reserved tickets you need through the advance sale, the NCAA Ticket Exchange is a great way to get tickets through an approved secondary outlet. The NCAA Ticket Exchange is the only guaranteed, NCAA-approved secondary ticket marketplace. Through the NCAA Ticket Exchange, fans have access to tickets through ticket holders who are unable to attend games. The NCAA Ticket Exchange allows fans to buy great seats confidently, knowing that the seats are authentic, never counterfeit. Neither CWS, Inc., nor the NCAA can guarantee tickets sold through any other secondary ticket market.
You receive your notification of your ticket purchase through NCAA Ticket Exchange instantly via e-mail. Once tickets are purchased, your credit card will get you into the game, and the sellers’ original paper tickets become void. This process is entirely digital. Once at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha for the game, you proceed directly to the Flash Seats lines at Gates 1, 2 or 3, or the accessible seating entrance adjacent to the box office, with the same credit card you used to purchase the tickets. Your credit card will be swiped to verify you have tickets to the game, and you will receive a seat locator that shows the location of your seats. No paper tickets are required to enter the stadium. Prices for tickets on the NCAA Ticket Exchange are set by the seller.
The link to purchase tickets via NCAA Ticket Exchange, will be available at NCAA.com/cwstickets (site will be available in early May).
TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Box Office
Once the College World Series begins, a limited number of reserved-seat tickets for that day’s game(s), including accessible seating, will be available for purchase on a daily basis at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office. The box office will open at 10 a.m. Central time each day a game is scheduled. Only tickets for that day’s game(s) will be for sale. There is a limit of four tickets per person, per game, when purchasing reserved-seat tickets at the box office. Depending on ticket allocations, ticket limits may be raised.
For those fans in line at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office waiting to purchase tickets each day games are played, a random drawing will be conducted to form the line at 9:00 a.m. (see below).
Box Office Line Queuing at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha
If twelve or more fans are at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office waiting to purchase tickets at the time of the initial box office on-sale, a random drawing will be conducted to form the line at 9:00 a.m. Fans needing accessible seating are included in the box office line queuing.
The random drawing process is in place to provide the fairest ticket sales process possible to all fans. By removing the incentive for fans to arrive early, the random drawing saves fans’ time and significantly decreases the chance for ticket scalpers to be the first in line. Ticket scalpers have historically paid people to arrive hours before a sale in order to ensure a space at the front of the line.
Thirty minutes before tickets go on sale, or 9:30 a.m., each fan, over the age of 16, in line will be assigned a number. That number also will be put into a box. A TD Ameritrade Park Omaha team member then will randomly draw a number from the box. The fan holding that number becomes the first person in line. The remaining fans will fall in line behind according to their number. For example, if number 5 is drawn, the fan assigned number 5 becomes the first in line, followed by the fans assigned numbers 6, 7, 8 and so forth. This continues until the highest number originally handed out is reached. After that, the fan assigned number 1 will join the line, followed by the remaining fans in the order of the numbers they are holding, with the fan holding number 4 becoming the last in line. Anyone who arrives after the numbers are handed out would join the line behind the last person holding a number.