If you were itching to see some spring training baseball in person this year you will have that opportunity. Spring Training tickets are now on sale for Cincinnati Reds baseball games. The first game is on February 28th against Cleveland and the final game is on March 29th against Seattle. You can buy tickets here.You can begin to buy tickets at the ticket window on February 25th if you live in the greater Phoenix area.
With the world that we live in now, things are going to be a little bit different than they have been in the past. Here are some of the things that you need to know:
- All guests two years of age and older will be required to wear masks at all times, except while eating/drinking in their ticketed seats.
- Players will not be able to sign autographs before the games.
- Fans will not be permitted access to the team complexes.
- The Kids Zone, including the wiffle ball field, will not be activated this year. The grass concourses will be closed.
- No spitting (tobacco, sunflower seeds, etc.).
- In an effort to reduce touchpoints, credit/debit cards will be accepted at all points of sale at the ballpark (concession stands, Team Shop and Ticket Office).
- No bags, purses or backpacks will be permitted, with the exception of medical bags, diaper bags and clutch purses not exceeding 5″ x 9″
- Season and group tickets will not be available for the 2021 season.
- Terrace, Premium Field Box and Right Field Pavilion seating will be unavailable for purchase.
- Tickets will be sold in “pods” of 1-6 tickets for the seating bowl; berm seating will be sold in pods of 2, 4 or 6 tickets and locations will be clearly marked.
- Pods will be socially distanced from each other.
- Fans must sit in their ticketed seating area only.
- The First Base and Third Base gates have been relocated toward right field and left field, to allow for social distancing in concession lines.
- Please remember to keep at least 6 feet from those not in your party. Lines will be queued accordingly.
There’s a lot more that you may need to know about attending games this spring at Goodyear Ballpark. You can read all of the rules, regulations, changes, etc. here.