Braves plan to cut off sale of season tickets before opener
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves plan to stop selling season tickets to keep single-game tickets available.
Braves president Derek Schiller says this is the first time in the team’s history that season ticket sales have been discontinued before the first game.
The Braves plan to stop selling season tickets around March 17th. The team says it is approaching the 2022 Truist Park attendee record of over 3.1 million for the first time since 2020 at Turner Field the Braves. exceeded 3 million
The Braves finished fourth in the majors last season, averaging 38,461 fans at Truist Park.
“Right now, we’re focused on making sure more of our fans, who only show up for one or two games, can buy seats,” Schiller said in a statement released by the team.
The Braves say their first home game against San Diego on April 6 and some other high-profile games are already approaching sell-out or standing-room status.
After March 17, fans who wish to purchase season tickets for 2024 can register and be placed on the waiting list on a priority basis.
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