Dodgers Unveil New Individual Ticket Pricing Plan For 2013


Extra Extra! Read all about it! Dodgers sell single game tickets! That’s right the Dodgers are selling single game tickets for the first time in years. The new pricing plan will go on sale the same day as the Dodger fan fest on January 26th.

The new pricing plan allows for Dodger fans to purchase single game tickets. They start at 8 dollars for the one-star seats, 10 bucks for the two-star seats, 20 bucks for the three star ticket, and 30 bucks for four star games. Limited number of opening day tickets, as well as interleague games against the Yankees, Red Sox, and Angels will go on sale at the fan fest on January 26th at Dodger Stadium as well.

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The way it will work on the 26th, is that the parking gates A and E will open at 6:30 A.M. As fans enter through Lot G, they will receive wristbands to determine the order of purchase. Wristbands must be purchased by 8:30 A.M. in order to be able to buy tickets for opening day on April 1 against the Giants.

The fan fest will be in lot 6 from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M.  The gates open at 11 A.M. for the general public and 10:30 A.M. for season ticket holders with MVP cards. Fans that are interested in purchasing mini-plans and or season tickets can meet with Dodger representatives on January 24 to get a virtual tour of their seat locations. The Dodgers are also having their annual select-a-seat event on Jan. 24-25th, where season ticket holders can change seat locations, and add more tickets to their ticket plans. The Dodger Stadium Fan Fest will be held on January 26th, and again gates open to the general public at 11 A.M. Many current Dodgers will be on hand such as Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, Birdman Zack Greinke, and more.

You can find more information on the Dodger Fan Fest by visiting this link. You can also find more information about the select-a-seat event, and season ticket pricing at this link here. Don’t forget all tickets can also be purchased on the Dodger main site. We’ll be back to recap the entire season again. We hope to see you at the Ravine next year, and Go Blue in 2013!