Individual game tickets for 2013 Timber Rattlers season on sale March 16

Ticket office at 2350 N. Casaloma Drive open 10am to 3pm

Single game tickets for the 2013 Timber Rattlers season go on sale Saturday, March 16 at 10am! (Ann Mollica/Wisconsin Timber Rattlers)

By Chris Mehring / Wisconsin Timber Rattlers | February 21, 2013 5:33 AM ET

GRAND CHUTE, WI - The date to get individual game tickets to see the Champs is almost here!   Single game tickets for the 2013 Wisconsin Timber Rattlers season go on sale Saturday, March 16 at 10am.   This is the opportunity to make sure you have a seat at renovated Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium to see the defending Midwest League Champs.

Fans may order their tickets one of three ways beginning at 10am on March 16: Online at, over the phone on (800) WI-TIMBER or (920) 733-4152, or at the temporary box office located in Suite #102 of 2350 N. Casaloma Drive in Appleton.

The temporary box office and the team store will be open until 3pm on March 16.   Due to renovations at the stadium and a lack of space at the temporary location, there will be no rummage sale in conjunction with single game tickets going on sale this year.

Ticket prices will not increase for the 2013 season.   The prices are:  $10 for box seating, $8 for reserved bleacher seating, $5 for grass seating and the outfield beach area.  There are also the All-You-Can-Eat seats on the first base side for $25 and the patio tables for four people on both the first and third base sides for $60.

A club level ticket for the brand new upper level of the stadium is available this season for $15 per game.

If you have already purchased a season ticket package for the upcoming season, you may pick up your tickets at the temporary box office on March 16.

The Timber Rattlers open the home portion of their 2013 season on Monday, April 8.   All fans who attend the home opener will receive a bobblehead of Timber Rattlers manager Matt Erickson holding the Midwest League Championship trophy courtesy of Pepsi.   Erickson, an Appleton native, returns for his third season as the manager of the Rattlers.

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

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