Tickets still remain for games vs. CWS (April 20-21), NYY (April 22) and MIN (April 26-28)
Cleveland, OH—The Cleveland Indians announced today that the club’s weekend games against New York-AL (April 23-25) have reached 30% capacity* and tickets are no longer available for those games.
Tickets are still available for the remaining home games during the Tribe’s 9-game homestand, including series against Chicago-AL (April 20-21) and Minnesota (April 26-28) at www.Indians.com/tickets.
The Indians encourage fans to purchase early to lock in seats under reduced capacity constraints. Priority access to tickets is given to Season Ticket Holders, Flex Voucher Plans and Six Pack purchasers.
Ticket availability for the 2021 season will be determined on a monthly basis until the ballpark is allowed to operate at full capacity again. Capacity limits will be reviewed each month based on approved health and safety protocols prior to new monthly game tickets being released.
In addition to priority access to tickets, Indians Season Ticket Holders receive the following perks:
- Major savings over single-game prices at Progressive Field
- Access to exclusive Season Ticket Holder merchandise and experiences through Tribe Rewards
- Postseason priority
- Exclusive access to special events and more
Fans interested in Season Ticket packages can call 216-420-HITS or visit www.Indians.com/SeasonTickets. New Season Ticket Holder plans for the rest of the 2021 season will start in June.
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