See the fastest expansion team in Major League Baseball (MLB) to win a national title when you purchase Arizona Diamondbacks tickets. In 1995, the MLB awarded the city of Phoenix an expansion franchise. By 1997, the Diamondbacks had been officially voted in a baseball team. They started playing in 1998. The D-Backs are members of the National League (NL) as a part of the West Division. During their second season, they had won 100 games. They even won their division during the MLB Postseason. Within three years, they had won the 2001 MLB World Series defeating the New York Yankees in seven games. Previously the Miami Marlins held the title of the fastest expansion team to win the title.
The D-backs play regular MLB season games at Chase Field. This stadium features the only retractable roof and can be found at 401 Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. During MLB Spring Training, the Diamondbacks travel about 30 minutes northeast to Scottsdale. There they share Salt River Fields at Talking Stick with the Colorado Rockies while playing in the Cactus League. This complex can be found at 7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85258. Avoid a snake bite with Arizona Diamondbacks tickets from TicketSmarter today.
Each baseball game is played at a regular MLB stadium. The owners of the baseball team help to determine the over cost of each ticket. Arizona Diamondbacks ticket prices can range depending on where you are seated and who the team is playing. Games held during the week tend to offer cheaper tickets than those played on the weekends. Check out our event calendar and get the best seats to Arizona Diamondbacks games with our interactive seating chart (shown above). The filtering tool from TicketSmarter helps you secure tickets at the best prices for your budget.
The average Arizona Diamondbacks ticket prices are $77 per seat. Those tickets would be in the bleacher section at Chase Field. Spring Training game tickets will be cheaper as they are designed for families. Premium seating in sections A-S MVP Box come with additional amenities and can run several hundred dollars per ticket.
For the current season, Arizona Diamondbacks tickets are starting as low as $4.00, with the most expensive tickets priced at $6563.00. The average price of tickets for the 2023 season is around $137.66. The next game for the Arizona Diamondbacks is the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks - Home Opener matchup on March 30th, 2023 at 7:10pm. There are 998 tickets currently available for this ball game on TicketSmarter. Fans can find tickets for this game at Dodger Stadium, 1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA with starting ticket prices at $83.00 and premium seats going for prices as high as $2288.00.
Professional baseball starts the season in April and goes through September. Spring Training is held starting in February through Opening Day. If the Diamondbacks earn a bid into postseason play, those games start in October. The World Series will always declare a winner before November. The D-Backs are a member of the National League playing in the Western Division. They will face the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, and San Francisco Giants in division play. The full Arizona Diamondbacks schedule can be found online using the TicketSmarter baseball calendar.
The 2020 MLB season was postponed stating in early March due to the ongoing coronavirus global pandemic. Play resumed on July 23. All games played prior to this date were a part of the 2020 MLB July Summer Camp.
The 2023 Arizona Diamondbacks schedule has 163 ball games left to be played throughout the year. Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Houston Astros on October 1st, 2023 at 12:10pm is a highly-anticipated matchup for Arizona Diamondbacks fans. The game will take place at Chase Field, 401 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ and 9571 tickets are available with prices ranging from $26.00 to $363.00.
Once the MLB has finalized the upcoming schedule, Diamondbacks tickets will go on sale. Spring Training tickets will be available at the same time. MLB Postseason games will go on sale after the teams have been announced since those games are played at home MLB stadiums.
Chase Field is located in Phoenix. This stadium opened in 1998 and features the first and only retractable roof to protect fans from the hot Arizona heat. There is a current seating capacity of 48,686. All seats have a seatback but the seats in the outfield are bleacher-style seats with a metal back. Those are located in sections 101 - 105 and 139 through 144. At the stadium, there are three tiers of seating. Also, there are many different suite and premium options available at the stadium. Offering the most unique premium seating is the Home Field Porches which are located in the outfield. Chase Field is the first stadium in the MLB to offer a private pool to D-Backs fans. The Pool Suite at D-Back Stadium is located in the right outfield. Up to 35 fans can accommodate this area and each ticketholder receives a D-Backs pool towel.
The MLB Spring Training facility is at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. This 11,000 seat stadium is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. There are numerous luxurious suites and three party pavilions at the Salt River Fields complex. They share the stadium with the Colorado Rockies.
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