Right Field District/The Corner: FAQs from a hopping first weekend

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The Right Field District and The Corner were hopping all weekend as the pictures above suggest.

Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions from the weekend:

Why were there no District Tickets available for Saturday and Sunday’s games?

There is a finite amount of $13 District Tickets presented by SportsTime Ohio available for each game, and given the incredible value the ticket offers, they’ll go quickly. They sold out before Saturday and Sunday’s games.

District Tickets are available online only; we recommend getting them for future games as far in advance as possible so you’re not shut out! They’re available at Indians.com/District Ticket.

Do you have to have a District Ticket to go to The Corner?

Nope: The Corner is open to everyone, subject to capacity restrictions.

Does the District Ticket guarantee you a spot in the bar?

Nope: When you purchase a District Ticket, you get a $13 standing room only ticket and your first drink on us. Feel free to stand in or sit in The Corner if there’s room, or head to the drink rails outside the bar.

Can anyone stand at the drink rails?

Yep! They’re available on a first-come, first-serve basis once gates open, except for the drink rail labeled #TribeLive.

What is #TribeLive?

#TribeLive is the Indians re-imagined Social Suite: Social media influencers receive a free ticket, their first drink on us (like the District Ticket), a #TribeLive credential and their own dedicated space in the new drink rails outside The Corner.

What time do gates open?

Weekdays: The Right Field Gate opens two hours prior to first pitch and all other gates open one hour prior to first pitch.

Friday-Saturday: All gates open two hours prior to first pitch.

Weekday Noon games: All gates open one hour prior to first pitch.

Bookmark this page as a reminder!

What is the KeyBank Fan Hub?

The KeyBank Fan Hub is where fans who check in on our Ballpark app and win prizes should go to redeem those prizes. Those fans also will periodically be able to enter raffles from KeyBank and other Indians partners.

Be sure to download the Ballpark app for special check-in offers and experiences, plus to learn more about Progressive Field!

Where is the KeyBank Fan Hub?

It’s located next to the East Ninth Street escalator, across from Melt in the Right Field District.

– Photos by Sarah Sachs

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Reblogged this on MLB.com Blogs Central and commented:

The Cleveland Indians’ front-office blog has a cool wrapup of the first weekend at Progressive Field…

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