The Los Angeles Dodgers are just about three weeks away from reporting to Camelback Ranch -- and they'd better get there early if they want to reserve the good parking spots before Luis Robert and Michael Kopech get their hands on them.
Cactus League action in Arizona begins on Feb. 25, and that means you'd better start planning your trips now if you want to catch the Dodgers in the desert while they work out the 2023 lineup's kinks. Hearing good things about Miguel Vargas at second base. Could get weird.
While mini plans and group seating are available for the more dedicated fans (Arizona residents? People with the month of March off? Premium clients?), single-game tickets are the more common method of watching the Boys in Dodger Blue in action.
This year, ticket prices vary quite a bit, but there are a number of different opportunities open to you if you're among those who believe it's time for Dodger Baseball before the winter's even expired.
2023 Dodgers Spring Training Ticket Prices for Cactus League Action
All Dodgers spring training games are subject to dynamic pricing, so heated rivalries (like the Giants and Padres) will cost you a little extra. Tickets purchased ahead of time will also save fans $5 per ticket, as long as the transaction is completed before day of game.
Don't worry, though. The ticket prices won't gouge you, even at the highest level of their dynamism.
"Gold Pricing," the upper tier, is just $63 per ticket for a Home Plate Box seat in Row 1. "Bronze Pricing," the lowest tier? That same seat will run you $53 -- not so bad for the best seat in the house.
If you're willing to sit a bit further away from the scouts and their zipping radar guns, Gold Pricing Infield Box seats start at $37, before going down to $32 for Silver and $27 for Bronze. Suites and the Legends Deck are the most expensive seats in the house ($87.50 and $80 for Gold, respectively), while the biggest bargain can be found via lawn seating ($20/$15/$10) or Baseline Reserved seats ($24/$19/$14).
The Dodgers have worked hard to keep spring training tickets affordable for all families making the pilgrimage from Hollywood. A day at the ballpark won't break the bank, unless you accidentally sign Mookie Betts while you're there -- though it's far more likely he'll be signing for you.