Secure your St. Louis Cardinals tickets at TicketSmarter to see one of the oldest and most successful franchises in Major League Baseball. The organization formed in 1882 after an entrepreneur purchased the Brown Stockings barnstorming team and relocated them to St. Louis, Missouri. The team originally played in the American Association and eventually moved to the National League in 1892. In 1900, the Browns were renamed the St. Louis Cardinals. As the Cardinals, the team has won more than 10 World Series championships, along with many NL pennants and divisional titles.
The team’s long term success has come from the organization’s ability to find quality key players every year. Many baseball greats have spent time on the Cardinals roster including Mark McGwire, Dizzy Dean, Whitey Herzog and Ozzie Smith. The Cardinals play their home games at Busch Stadium while making several appearances every year at other NL Central stadiums including Wrigley Field, PNC Park, Great American Ball Park and Miller Park. The team also has an interleague, in-state rivalry with the Kansas City Royals that has been dubbed the Show-Me Series and the I-70 Series, which started with the 1985 World Series. St. Louis Cardinals tickets are a must-have for sports fans in eastern Missouri and central Illinois.
With a long history of success in the MLB and an incredibly passionate fan base, tickets to Cardinals games are always in high demand every year. In addition to the demand for tickets, several other factors will have an impact on St. Louis Cardinals ticket prices such as the team’s win-loss record, their upcoming opponents and the seating location at the stadium.
Cardinals fans can usually find baseball tickets at a starting price of around $25 to $35. NL Central rivalry games will usually cost a bit more due to the postseason implications. Fans may also find that games against the Cubs and Royals will be more expensive due to the history of the rivalry and close proximity between the team’s stadiums. The average price for tickets will fluctuate year-to-year but is usually in the $40 to $65 range.
Looking for 2023 St. Louis Cardinals tickets? Tickets for the 2023 season are starting at $6.00 and going as high as $8872.00. The average price per game during the 2023 St. Louis Cardinals season is around $278.14. Tickets for the upcoming Spring Training: Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals game on 3/26/2023 11:05AM can be purchased at TicketSmarter for prices ranging from $18.00 to $65.00. The game is set to take place at The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches, 5444 Haverhill Rd., West Palm Beach, FL and there are 168 individual ticket listings currently available.
Are you working with a budget? TicketSmarter has a variety of options for cheap Cardinals tickets that will make it easy to find a seat at a price that is right for you. One way to find cheap MLB tickets is to look on the schedule for mid-week, mid-day games when the ballpark won’t be as crowded. Upper level or outfield seats will also be much cheaper than sitting in the lower levels.
The St. Louis Cardinals schedule includes spring training, the regular season and a possible berth in the MLB Postseason. The year starts off with Grapefruit League spring training games held in February at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. The regular season for the Cardinals will start in late March with Opening Day. Throughout the course of the season, the Cardinals will play 162 games against various opponents including their NL Central rivals, the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates.
Once the season ends in September, the Cardinals may begin to play in the MLB Postseason tournament if they have qualified through the regular season. The playoffs take place in October and will determine the National League and American League champions who will then go on to play in the World Series. TicketSmarter will have MLB Postseason and World Series tickets available if the Cardinals make a run for the championship.
The St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds game is the last of the 165 games left to be played on the 2023 St. Louis Cardinals schedule. St. Louis Cardinals fans can buy their tickets for the game right now with prices starting as low as $29.00 and ranging up to $1320.00. Grab one of the remaining 5124 tickets to see the St. Louis Cardinals close out their season at Busch Stadium, 700 Clark Street, St. Louis, MO.
St. Louis Cardinals tickets will go on sale sometime between the months of December and February. Major League Baseball will unveil their full season schedule in that time frame including every game and star times. Opening Day will be a popular event for baseball fans and TicketSmarter will have plenty of tickets available when the Cards take to the field.
The Cardinals currently play in the third iteration of Busch Stadium. This newer stadium first opened for the 2006 season and is located at 700 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102. The sports venue features a total capacity for 44,494 fans and has over 3,700 club seating options and more than 60 suites. The St. Louis Cardinals seating chart features multiple levels of seating with options available in the infield and outfield. Popular sections for fans include the Cardinals Club behind home plate, the Diamond Boxes behind the dugouts, the Redbird Club on the 200 level and Budweiser Terrace in right field.
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