The Atlanta Braves clinched their sixth straight National League East title Wednesday night. They beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4 to 1 behind Spencer Strider’s major league-leading 17th win and Austin Riley’s two-run homer.
The team’s front office announced today that single-game tickets for potential National League Division Series and National League Championship Series games at Truist Park will go on sale to the general public next Friday, September 22, starting at 10 am.
All Premium Club Members and A-List Members will have early access. The presale will start the day before at 10 am. Anyone who signs up for the Braves Insider Newsletter at Braves.com/Postseason by 11:59 pm on September 20 will get a code to participate in a presale on September 21 at 12 pm.
Tickets will be limited. Fans are encouraged to sign up for the Braves Insider Newsletter to be able to take advantage of the presale. Eligible presales will be limited to the seven states that make up Braves Country including Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee. Single-game postseason tickets will also be available on SeatGeek, the official fan-to-fan ticket marketplace of the Braves.
Braves officials say they will start the postseason at home October 7 against a wild card round winner. The regular season ends with a six-game home stand that ends October 1. The Braves will get five days off to rest.
They also warn fans that getting postseason tickets might not be easy. The team sold out 47 of their 72 home games this season.
The Braves are currently fifth in Major League Baseball in average home attendance. They averaged 39,323 fans through 72 home games this year, trailing only the Dodgers, Yankees, Padres and Cardinals.
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