The Cincinnati Reds announced that single game tickets will go on sale for home games at Great American Ballpark on March 17th and 9am ET. These will only be available at and DOES NOT INCLUDE Opening Day. Tickets will also become available, not including for Opening Day, on March 18th at 9am ET at the ticket window at Great American Ballpark. If you are a season ticket holder, you will be able to purchase tickets for non-Opening Day games on March 15th.

Here’s the full release from the Reds:

The Cincinnati Reds are excited to announce a limited number of single-game tickets for the 2021 season at Great American Ball Park will go on sale Wednesday, March 17 at 9 a.m. exclusively at This public on sale excludes Opening Day.

The ticket windows at Great American Ball Park will open the following day on Thursday, March 18 at 9 a.m.

Tickets purchased for the 2021 season will be issued digitally via the MLB Ballpark app to allow contactless entry, including those purchased at the ticket windows.

Pre-Sale Purchase Opportunities

Reds Season Ticket Members will have the opportunity to purchase single game tickets in advance of the public on sale, beginning on Monday, March 15.

Fans with paid ticket vouchers or account credit from 2020 will be able to purchase single game tickets in advance of the public on sale, beginning on Tuesday, March 16.

2021 Single Game Tickets – Important Dates

Pre-Sale Opportunities

  • March 15: Season Ticket Member single game on sale – ONLINE ONLY
  • March 16: 2020 paid vouchers or account credit single game on sale – ONLINE ONLY

General Public On Sale

  • March 17: General public single game on sale – ONLINE ONLY
  • March 18: Great American Ball Park ticket windows open at 9 a.m.

In addition to contactless entry via digital tickets, health and safety measures that fans should expect when visiting Great American Ball Park include:

  • Masks are mandatory for all fans and should properly cover the nose and mouth unless eating or drinking in the seat
  • Socially distanced pod-style seating for up to six per group to safely distance fans six feet apart while watching the game
  • Contactless and cashless forms of payment at concessions and merchandise stands
  • New bag policy prohibiting backpacks

For the full list of safety protocols and ballpark policies, please visit

5 Responses

  1. Corey D

    Is there a way to do a poll for RLN to see who is planning to attend games this year? That might be interesting.

    • CFD3000

      FWIW Corey I live In Atlanta and usually make one trip a year to GABP for a weekend series. I’m hoping that can happen later this summer. I probably won’t buy tickets in March, but if the season, with some fans, seems to be working okay I’ll hope they’re still available or perhaps that they’ll be able to allow more fans safely so new tickets will come out. Hope is not a plan, but I’m hopeful.

  2. RedsFan11

    Wonder if you can buy two pods next to each other and then sit together?

  3. MK

    Hope the Reds fans buy up the Cubs tickets to keep their rude obnoxious fans out of the stadium.

  4. Jon

    Not liking the fact that tickets go on sale at 9 in the morning on a weekday. Most Reds fans, myself included, work at that time. By the time I get home in the late afternoon, tickets will probably be gone. They should have gone on sale on a weekend day, or in the evening during the week, when their target audience is not working.