MLB Kansas City Royals Tickets
Secure your Kansas City Royals tickets today and don’t miss the crack of the bat and the roar of the crowd. Join 37,000 Kansas City Royals fans at the next big game at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO. The Kansas City Royals joined Major League Baseball in 1969 as an expansion franchise. They have won several AL pennants and appeared in multiple World Series with the team winning the World Series in 1985 and 2015. In addition to World Series success, the team has won the West Division and made the MLB Postseason playoffs numerous times.
Some of the team’s most successful roster lineups included baseball greats and Hall of Famers including George Brett, Bo Jackson and Salvador Perez. The team plays in the American League Central Division with regular matchups against the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians. Get your Kansas City Royals tickets and watch your favorite players take to the field at The K, 1 Royal Way, Kansas City, MO 64129.
Kansas City Royals Ticket Prices
Drawing fans from both the Missouri and Kansas side of Kansas City, the team has a dedicated fan base in the metropolitan area. After an MLB Postseason drought for 28 seasons, the team and fan base was rejuvenated during the back-to-back World Series runs in 2014 and 2015. The World Series championship in 2015 created a significant increase in demand for KC Royals tickets. Factors that can affect the Kansas City Royals ticket prices include the seating location, the team’s current record, the team’s place in the divisional standings and the popularity of the team they’re playing.
How much are Kansas City Royals tickets?
Royals tickets can be purchased at a starting price of around $15 for most games. The average ticket price over the past several years has consistently been in the $30 to $60 range. When the team is on a hot streak and has a high win-loss ratio, demand for KC Royals tickets will be high and prices for upcoming games will increase.
KC Royals Baseball Schedule
The Kansas City Royals schedule is loaded with great MLB games throughout the season. The Royals will play 162 games from the start of the season in March and through the end of the season in September. 81 of the games will be home matchups at The K while the other half will be away games that are played on the road. Highlights of the season include AL Central matchups against the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers.
One of the most prominent rivalry series for the Royals is against the St. Louis Cardinals. Known as the I-70 Series or the Show-Me Series, these games see each team crossing the state of Missouri multiple times to play at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City and Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Fans will often fondly remember the all-Missouri 1985 World Series between the two teams, which saw the Royals come out on top after seven games.
Speaking of the World Series, once the regular season is over the MLB Postseason starts up in October. The Royals can qualify for the postseason playoffs through successful regular season play. Once the teams are narrowed down to the champions of the American League and National League, those teams will then compete in the World Series to finish out the month of October.
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When do Kansas City Royals tickets go on sale?
Kansas City Royals tickets will go on sale sometime between the months of December and February. Once the MLB season schedule has been finalized, tickets should be available on TicketSmarter shortly after. TicketSmarter will have plenty of ticket options for opening day. Additional tickets will become available as the season draws closer.
Royals Tickets At Kauffman Stadium Seating Chart
The Royals played their first four seasons at Municipal Stadium before moving to the newly-built Kauffman Stadium in 1973. Commonly referred to as The K by the team and fans, the stadium is a part of the Truman Sports Complex and shares the parking lot area with the neighboring Arrowhead Stadium. Kauffman Stadium underwent a massive renovation project in 2009 that increased the seating capacity to 37,903 along with upgrades to other amenities. With standing room added in, The K can accommodate over 40,000 fans for major games. TicketSmarter offers various tools to create a virtual Royals ticket office that helps fans pick out the perfect seats for their next Royals game.
Where is the best place to sit at Kauffman Stadium for a Royals game? If you prefer premium seating, the KC Royals stadium has some great options. Check out the Crown Club and Diamond Club behind home plate. They offer a VIP private entrance, padded seats, in-seat service, VIP Club access, climate-controlled Club access, expanded menu items and private restrooms. The Crown Club seats offer unlimited food and alcohol. If you prefer something behind the dugout, take a look at Dugout Box sections 119-123 and 132-136. The Kansas City Royals seating chart also has standing room only Royals tickets available on the right field rail next to the Royals bullpen.
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