The Cleveland Indians began selling single-game tickets two days ago aaaaaannnnd.... they’re gone.
According to the team’s official blog, the quick sellout came about because of increased season ticket demand and a whole bunch of presales. In addition to the April 6 home opener being sold out, lower bowl seats are also gone for most summer weekends. Meaning if you want to watch a game with a decent view on a weekend, you might want to buy tickets fast. Or find a way to scale Progressive Field’s outer walls while avoiding detection. It’s up to you, honestly.
Prior to today, starting on March 3, tickets were only available to anyone who registered on Indians.com. Starting tomorrow, March 6, single-game tickets will be available to the general public and thousands of scalpers at 10:00 a.m.
The Indians attracted 2,048,138 fans to Progressive Field on their way to a 102-win season in 2017, their highest attendance since 2008. They also enjoyed a 30 percent increase in primetime cable viewership through FOX Sports Ohio.