Cleveland Indians Single-Game tickets on sale to the public Feb. 29 at 10AM
Opening Day set for Monday, April 4 vs. Red Sox
Fans encouraged to buy Opening Day tickets quickly due to high demand
Projected starters include past Cy Young winners Kluber, Price
Cleveland Indians Single-Game tickets – including those for Opening Day on April 4 – go on sale to the public on Monday, Feb. 29 at 10AM.
After listening to fans’ feedback from last year’s on-sale, the club enacted a new approach this year to ensure more Opening Day ticket inventory is available for the general public on-sale.
“We always want to provide the best experience possible for our fans, and last year’s public ticket on-sale fell short of that goal,” said Indians Senior VP of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio. “After listening to fans’ feedback, we enacted a new approach to ensure more tickets are available for the general public on-sale.”
Even with more tickets being available on Monday, the Indians encourage fans to purchase their Opening Day tickets quickly on Monday morning due to anticipated high demand. No special access code is needed; fans simply can visit Indians.com at 10AM to purchase. Opening Day transactions are limited to one purchase of up to eight tickets.
Indians Season Ticket Holders received priority VIP access to Opening Day tickets, among other benefits; fans wishing to guarantee Opening Day ticket access before Monday’s public on-sale can call an Indians Season Ticket representative at 216-420-HITS to learn more about ticket plans that will save them up to 40% off single-game pricing.