Tickets going up, schedule released
From the Reds:
The Cincinnati Reds today announced their full schedule, subject to change, and ticket prices for individual games at Great American Ball Park for the 2008 regular season.
The Reds' home schedule was released last month. Interleague road games are scheduled at New York's Yankee Stadium from June 20-22 (Fri-Sun), at Toronto's Rogers Centre from June 24-26 (Tue-Thu) and at Cleveland's Jacobs Field from June 27-29 (Fri-Sun).
The 2008 season will be the last for both New York stadiums. The Reds play their final series at Shea Stadium, home of the Mets, from May 9-11 (Fri-Sun). They will make their inaugural visit the Washington Nationals' new stadium, Nationals Park, from August 1-3 (Fri-Sun).
Ticket prices for most non-premium seating categories will increase $2, though the price of Bleacher Seats will drop to $7 from $10. There is no change in the price of a Terrace Outfield ticket ($19), while View Level seats will increase from $13 to $14.
Approximately 58 percent of the ballpark seats will be priced at $20 or less.
Premier Games pricing includes the Opening Day game against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the interleague series against the 2007 World Series champion Boston Red Sox (June 13-15). Select Games pricing includes games against the Cleveland Indians (May 16-18) and Chicago Cubs (September 5-7).
Season ticket packages purchased in full by January 31 - including current season ticket holder renewals in addition to new accounts - will save up to 23 percent over 2008 individual ticket prices. Season ticket packages renewed or purchased after January 31 will save up to 18 percent over 2008 individual ticket prices.
Deposits on 2008 season ticket packages can be made online at reds.com or by contacting the Reds’ season sales department at (513) 765-7500.
Gift certificates for the 2008 regular season are available in $10 and $15 increments. They can be purchased online at reds.com or by phone at (513) 765-7400. Gift certificates also will be available at Redsfest, scheduled for December 7-8 at Duke Energy Center downtown.