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Avoid getting stuck, order your Colorado Rockies tickets now. The Rockies began as an expansion MLB team in 1993 in Denver, Colorado. They are members of the National League playing in the West Division. Their first two seasons were held at Mile High Stadium, home to the NFL Denver Broncos. Then in 1995, they moved into Coors Field, which holds the record for having the highest attitude in the MLB at 5,200 feet above sea level. The ballpark can be found at 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205 and has a reputation of being a hitter’s park, so the outfield fences have been positioned further back from home plate.

The Colorado Rockies are the only MLB team to have qualified for the MLB Postseason as a Wild Card winner. Their only National League pennant came in 2007 after they beat the San Diego Padres. During the 2007 NLDS game, they beat the Philadelphia Phillies to move on to the 2007 NLCS game. They defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks to move on to the 2007 MLB World Series. However, the Rockies were however swept by the Boston Red Sox. Secure your Colorado Rockies tickets from TicketSmarter.

During construction of the stadium, a 7-foot long Triceratops skull was unearthed. This 1,000 pound is now displayed at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The Rockies mascot, named Dinger, is a 7-foot-tall purple dinosaur that ‘hatched’ from a large egg at Mile Hile Stadium in 1994. There were early talks to name the ballpark Jurassic Park but those plans fell through. Dinger can be seen at Coors Field interacting with fans and even participates in community outreach programs with area students. Get your photo taken with Dinger when you purchase Rockies tickets today.

Colorado Rockies Ticket Prices

The Coors Field seating chart from TicketSmarter helps you to find the best available seats in Denver. For cheap tickets, check out seats in the 300 level or in the outfield in sections 151 through 160. Also, non-division matchups will tend to be cheaper Rockies tickets. There are numerous suite and premium seating options available at the ballpark. Depending on the game and the opponent will impact the overall Colorado Rockies ticket prices. Come out and cheer on your Rockies at Coors Field in Denver

How much are Colorado Rockies tickets?

Tickets for a home Rockies game can be as little as $9 per seat. These seats are in the 300 level of Coors Field. Most tickets average $59 per ticket. The Rooftop in right field is sold as standing room only Rockies tickets and average $23. For more information, check out the full Colorado Rockies seating chart from TicketSmarter.

Colorado Rockies Schedule

The Rockies are a member of the National League playing in the West Division. They play a standard docket of 162 MLB games. Spring Training starts in February prior to Opening Day in April. If the Rockies earn an MLB Postseason bid, those games start in October. Typical division opponents are the Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, and the San Francisco Giants. The full Colorado Rockies schedule can be found online through TicketSmarter. Our baseball calendar is located at the top of the page so that you never miss out on an amazing Rockies game.

When do Colorado Rockies tickets go on sale?

Seats for upcoming Rockies baseball games are available through TicketSmarter. The schedule is typically released by the MLB during the summer of the previous season. Rockies tickets for Spring Training and the regular season are sold at the same time.

Colorado Rockies Seating Chart

Spring Training for the Colorado Rockies is held at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona. They share the stadium with the Diamondbacks. This ballpark has a capacity for 11,000 people and is the only MLB Spring Training facility to be built on an Indian Reservation. The stadium has three party pavilions and numerous suites.

Coors Field is located in Denver and is home to the Colorado Rockies. This stadium opened in 1995 and has seats for 46,897, though can be expanded to 50,144 as standing room only seats. A majority of the seats at the stadium are dark green, except for row 20 in the 300 level which is purple; this color band is to signify the one-mile mark at the stadium. Inside right field is the Blue Moon Brewery at The Sandlot. This full-service restaurant and bar is operated by Coors Brewing Company. The Rooftop is a double-decker facility with SRO seats and the Jack Daniels Terrace Lofts. There are 63 suites at the stadium and over 4,500 club seats. For the best action, check out the Infinity Club which is located directly behind home plate. TicketSmarter offers an interactive Colorado Rockies seating chart so you can easily find the best available MLB seats in Denver.

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