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Grab your Detroit Tigers tickets at TicketSmarter to hear the crack of the bat at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit during the upcoming MLB season. The Detroit Tigers were founded in 1894 as a ball club in the Western League. The team eventually moved up to the major leagues in 1901 by joining the American League. Since joining Major League Baseball, the Tigers have found many levels of success with multiple World Series championships, over 10 AL pennants and several division titles in the AL East and AL Central. The team began playing in the American League East Division in 1969 before moving to the American League Central Division in 1998.

As one of the oldest franchises in professional baseball, the team has played in almost 20,000 MLB games. They played at Tigers Stadium from 1912 to 1999 before moving into Comerica Park located at 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201 in 2000. Many members of the Tigers roster over the years have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame including Ty Cobb, Al Kaline and Alan Trammell. Enjoy a day at the ballpark in the Motor City with Detroit Tigers tickets.

Detroit Tigers Ticket Prices

Sports fans in Detroit are among the most devoted in the nation with support for all of their hometown teams. The Tigers are no exception with major crowds attending ball games at Comerica Park. Detroit Tigers ticket prices will fluctuate throughout the season based on the team’s performance, their standings in the division and their upcoming opponents. Seating location at Comerica Park will also have an effect on ticket prices with some seating options costing more than others.

How much are Detroit Tigers tickets?

Games at Comerica Park are extremely affordable with cheap Detroit Tigers tickets starting out around $10. The average price for a ticket is in the range of $20 to $45. Fans wishing to sit in the lower levels of the ballpark will see higher prices than the upper levels. Seats located directly behind home plate and the dugouts will be more expensive options than those down the baselines or in the outfield.

Detroit Tigers Dates & Schedule

The Detroit Tigers schedule is packed with games starting with spring training in February and continuing into the regular season from March through September. The Tigers begin the year playing spring training games in the Grapefruit League at Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland. Once the team’s roster is set, they will move on to the MLB regular season where a grueling 162-game schedule will be played. Half of the Tigers games will be home games at Comerica Park while the remainder will be away games on the road. The team will play other AL Central teams including the Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals multiple times throughout the year.

Should the Tigers qualify through regular season play, the team will participate in the MLB Postseason through the month of October. The postseason is a multi-round, best-of-seven series tournament with the AL and NL champions facing each other in the World Series at the end of October.

When do Detroit Tigers tickets go on sale?

Major League Baseball’s schedule announcement will be made sometime between December and February. Detroit Tigers tickets will become available on TicketSmarter shortly after that announcement is made. You will be able to find MLB tickets for spring training, opening day and regular-season matchups through the TicketSmarter website and app!

Detroit Tigers Seating Chart

The Detroit Tigers have been playing baseball at Comerica Park since the stadium opened in 2000. The ballpark holds a seating capacity of 41,083, which is expandable to hold over 45,000 fans with standing room. The Detroit Tigers seating chart includes multiple levels of seating with infield and outfield options available. Some of the fan-favorite areas for seating include the part decks, Motor City Tiger Club, Cigar Lounge and the Champions Club.

Sections 131 through 135 will put fans directly behind the Tigers dugout while sections 120 through 124 will seat them behind the visiting team’s dugout. The premium spot in the park is sections 125 through 130, which are all located behind home plate. When going to the ball game on a budget, fans should check out the upper grandstand seating that will have cheap Detroit Tigers tickets.

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