Indianapolis Indians Single Game Tickets Now On Sale

70-game home slate includes new promotions and familiar favorites

(Adam Pintar)

By Indianapolis Indians | March 1, 2018 12:15 PM

INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Indians single game tickets for the 2018 season go on sale on IndyIndians.com starting today (March 1, 2018). Highlights on the Tribe's 70-game home schedule include three player bobblehead giveaways, 13 fireworks nights (including an Independence Day celebration on July 4) and five Super Hero Nights with characters from both the MARVEL and DC Comics universes, including Black Panther on April 21.

The schedule also features a Stars Wars night, two Bark in the Park games, visits from kid-friendly characters like PAW Patrol and PJ Masks, plus much more. Daily specials are also back, including Dollar Menu Nights for both Monday and Wednesday evening games, Thursday Craft Beer Nights and Kids Eat Free Sundays.

Opening Night for the Tribe is Friday, April 6 at 7:15 p.m. when the Indians host the Columbus Clippers. The Opening Night 60 Degree Weather Guarantee returns as the Tribe and Fox 59 guarantee the outside temperature will be at least 60 degrees at first pitch or fans in attendance receive a ticket to another April game of their choice. Fans can also enjoy Sun King's pregame Bike to the Ballpark or stick around after the game for a postgame fireworks display. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.

The 2018 season will be full of exciting changes on the field and around the ballpark. New manager Brian Esposito enters his first season in Indy's top job, but not his first season in Indy. He joined the Pittsburgh Pirates system as a player/coach in 2013 and served as an additional coach in Indianapolis later that year.

Esposito owns a 233-195 (.544) record in four seasons as a manager in Minor League Baseball. He spent the 2017 campaign as manager for Short-Season A West Virginia, compiling a 40-35 record en route to a second-place finish in the New York-Penn League's Pinckney Division. Esposito logged a 13-year professional playing career that featured stints with the Boston, Anaheim, Texas, St. Louis, Colorado, Houston and Chicago (NL) organizations. 

Around Victory Field, the suite renovation project will be complete in time for Opening Night. The list of improvements includes new flooring, lighting, décor, in-suite mobile charging stations, televisions, appliances and furniture, plus expanded serving space and a refresh of lobbies, common areas and restrooms. In addition, the first base side will feature a new four-room collection of Skyline Suites for daily rental and a 75-foot timeline mural highlighting the rich history of Indians baseball in Indianapolis. The project follows the installation of a state-of-the-art video and sound system last offseason.

Indians ticket prices remain some of the most affordable for sports entertainment in Indy. Box seats are $17, Reserved seats are $13 and tickets to sit in the Toyota Lawn are $11. Plus, fans can save $2 off Box, Reserved and Lawn tickets purchased before game day.

Memberships for the Knot Hole Kids Club are only $17 and include a ticket to every Indianapolis Indians home game (subject to availability), a t-shirt, the chance to run the bases after every Sunday home game, and the chance to be an on-field Play Ball Kid.

For a premium experience, the Indians offer exclusive seating in the Coors Light Cove. The section is located beyond the left field foul pole and is a premium area for fans 21 and over. Tickets are $40 and include open seating options, a dedicated wait staff, a specialty menu of beer, wine and spirits, and a $10 food and drink voucher.

Single game tickets and details on group outings are available on IndyIndians.com or by calling the Victory Field Box Office at (317) 269-2282 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Victory Field's exterior ticket windows will serve walk-up customers beginning Monday, March 19. 

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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