Single-Game Tickets On Sale Today

Single-Game Tickets On Sale Today

Tickets for all 81 Indians regular season home games at Progressive Field go on sale today at 10 a.m. Tickets are still available for Cleveland's 111th season opener in the American League -- on April 1 against the Central Division rival Chicago White Sox with Omar Vizquel. The home opener is traditionally a sellout in Cleveland, no matter what the weather forecast.

Some of the 2011 single-game pricing highlights include:
Nearly half of Progressive Field seats enjoy reduced prices, with 22% of entire ballpark featuring a price reduction of $8 or more.

Tickets in Time Warner Cable Bleachers in 2011 will be only $10 a game. The bleachers are already sold out, however, for Opening Day.

The popular all-inclusive package targeted towards groups of four are now available for all games. In 2010, this package was sold only for Sunday games.

For $96, receive 4 tickets (Mezzanine or Upper Box, plus Lower Box on Super Value dates), 4 hot dogs or slices of pizza, 4 Pepsi products, 4 Indians Caps and 1 parking pass.

* Online at
*Cleveland Indians Team Shops
(Progressive Field, SouthPark, Great Lakes, Westgate, Summit, The Strip)
* Progressive Field Ticket Office
* Charge-by-phone at 1-866-48-TRIBE
* Ticketmaster Ticket Center locations, including select Macy's and select Giant Eagle stores

There is a purchase limit of eight tickets per game. Recommended Stories

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