Tigers Playoff Ticket Information

There’s a headline I never thought I’d write.

The Tigers announced that playoff tickets will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, September 19th. The American League Divisional Series tickets will be available at the Comerica Park box office starting at 10:00am and online starting at 2:00pm.

Tickets for the ALDS will range in price from $35-$110.

Information about tickets for the American League Championship Series and World Series will be announced at a later date.

The ALDS is scheduled to commence on October 3rd.

12 thoughts on “Tigers Playoff Ticket Information”

  1. Do I have a better chance of getting hit by lightning or getting a playoff ticket?

    PS Dont answer that

  2. I think our wallets may be the ones getting hit by lightning. 🙂

    Also wondering what ticket prices will look like next year. I imagine we’ve seen the last of $8 seats. Of course, a winning team is worth it.

  3. Given the Detroit News article that ran this morning, I wonder if they announced this before they were planning to:


    Last night I heard someone say something on ESPN I never thought I’d here: “The Yankees are ONLY four games behind the Tigers.” What a year. I’m definitely shelling out for at least one playoff game.

  4. I have the 21 game package and got my playoff ticket order form today. They are not too bad…considering how momentous this could be. I have the $8 seats for the season. The playoff package I was offered are in the Mezzanine, sec. 219. The range for $40 for ALDS, $80 for ALCS, and $190 for WS. So the grand total is $2450 for 2 tix for 11 possible home games (tiebreaker included). I am very pleased with this package. I was too young for 1984 or even 1987, so I have waited my whole life for this. Only bad thing is I might be getting a job out of state next month. Though, I will make it back for one game in each series.

  5. I have the 21 game package and got my playoff ticket order form today.

    Mark, I didn’t get mine yet. Are we eligible to buy seats for every game or only a few of them?

  6. I have two regular season tickets. I was offered two tickets for every possible home game. They charge your credit card and then if the game is not played they credit your card.

  7. I might be selling some of mine, since I may be moving away. Though, I will not know until closer until Oct.

  8. I was 11 at the time, and my pops was lucky enough to score tix to game 4 of the ’84 world series…one of the most amazing memories of my childhood. I told my wife a month or so back that if — knock wood — we make the playoffs (I can’t even talk about the world series), we’re finding a way to get to a road playoff game, somewhere, since we now live 2000 miles from Det. Normally that’d mean ‘pull for the Mariners’, but they’re wow-crappy…so go OAK! 🙂

    Of course, the series would be the week/weekend of our first wedding anniversary…I haven’t sprung that little tidbit on her yet. 😉

  9. Can anybody help me with this? It’s been so long since we’ve been to the playoffs, I’m not even 100% sure how the playoffs work. If the season ended today, would we be playing the wild card winner? Someone told me that would be true, unless, the wild card winner is from the same division. It seems to me like the fairest scenario would be for us to play the team with the worst record, like Oakland.

  10. Ken, that’s correct: the team with the best record plays the wild card winner, unless the wild card team is from the same division; if that’s the case, it plays the division winners with the worse record.

    Normally this only comes up in the context of Red Sox/Yankees — nice to see it potentially apply to the central for a change, though a lot could happen at both the #1 and #4 spots over the next 6 weeks.

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