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NCAA.com | February 27, 2015

Reserved seat tickets for the CWS go on sale Saturday, April 18

INDIANAPOLIS  -- Reserved seat tickets for the 2015 NCAA® Men’s College World Series (CWS) will be available for sale Saturday, April 18, at 10 a.m. Central Time. The sale will be open to the general public at NCAA.com/CWSTickets or by calling 866/208-0048. Tickets for fans requiring Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible seating also will be available using these same options.

The number of available tickets is limited and some games are expected to sell out quickly, especially Games 1-4 and Finals games 1 and 2. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase up to six tickets for all games. Only those games that are guaranteed to be played will be sold. Tickets for “if necessary” games will be sold on their respective game days at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office. 

In order to purchase tickets for the CWS, which runs from June 13-23/24, a valid credit card will be required. Once purchased, all tickets will be delivered electronically and registered to the buyer’s credit card. To redeem your seat(s) on game day, simply present the credit card used to make the purchase at any gate at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. After the card is scanned, a seat locator will be printed and fans will be admitted to the stadium.

The same digital ticket entry process is used for any ticket purchased or transferred through the NCAA Ticket Exchange™, a fan-to-fan marketplace. The digital tickets are fully transferrable and can be listed on the NCAA Ticket Exchange.

Ticket prices for reserved seat tickets at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha are tiered according to their location and by games. Reserved seat ticket prices for seating in sections 107-117 between first and third bases will be $38 each for Games 1-4 and the Finals games; $33 each for Games 5, 7, 11, Bracket1-If Necessary and Bracket 2-If Necessary; and $36 for Games 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12.

Ticket prices for seating in sections 100-106 and 118-124, which are located down the first and third base lines, will be $37 each for Games 1-4 and the Finals games; $32 each for Games 5, 7, 11, Bracket1-If Necessary and Bracket 2-If Necessary; and $35 for Games 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12.

Ticket prices for reserved seating in the upper level and grandstand (200 and 300 levels) will be $36 each for Games 1-4 and the Finals games; $31 each for Games 5, 7, 11, Bracket1-If Necessary and Bracket 2-If Necessary; and $34 each for Games 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12.

Group tickets will be available to purchase beginning Monday, April 27 at 10 a.m. Central time by calling College World Series of Omaha, Inc. at 404/554-4422 and requesting Group Ticket Sales. Orders will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, pending ticket availability. Individual groups may order up to 50 tickets, based on availability.

Group tickets will be located in the 300-level of TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. For those fans unable to purchase all the reserved seat tickets they need through the advance sale, other available options include the NCAA Ticket Exchange, The NCAA Experience® ticket and hospitality packages through PrimeSport, box office sales available on game day only and general admission tickets. Information on all ticket options, the full schedule of events and game times are available at NCAA.com/CWS.

 

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Division I
College World Series
June 13-23/24, 2020
TD Ameritrade Park | Omaha, NE

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