Cardinals wild card and division series playoff tickets go on sale tomorrow!

Things are finally looking up for the Cardinals.  They’ve been in first place since Labor Day.  The Brewers and the Reds are sinking fast in the standings.  The hitting is is hot.  And the Cardinals are getting hot at the right time – September.  The magic number to win the NL Central is 15 and to that end, the Cardinals announced today that wild card and division series playoff tickets will be going on sale tomorrow morning at 10 AM.  So get out your credit cards!  Here’s the details:

CARDINALS ANNOUNCE POSTSEASON TICKET DETAILS
FOR WILD CARD AND DIVISION SERIES

Tickets for potential Wild Card and three NL Division Series games on sale this Thursday

ST. LOUIS, MO (September 10, 2014) –As postseason play approaches, tickets for potential Cardinals Wild Card and Division Series games will go on sale Thursday, September 11th at 10 a.m. CT.

Based on the final standings, the Cardinals could host one wild ccard game and as many as three home games in the National League Division Series (NLDS).  

Tickets for all potential wild card and NLDS games will be available tomorrow at cardinals.com/postseason, via phone at 314.345.9000, and at the Busch Stadium ticket windows on 8th Street.

Ticketing details for possible National League Championship Series (NLCS) games and World Series games will be announced later in September.

Announcements regarding potential tiebreaker game ticket availability and public purchase will come at a later date, if necessary.

That’s all for now! Thanks for reading!  See you next time!

Diane

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