Pitchers and catchers report tomorrow! (and a special ticket sale)

Tomorrow is a minor holiday on the Cardinals’ calendar.  It’s the official day (2/11/20) that pitchers and catchers report to spring training, even though several pitchers, catchers, and other players have already reported to camp. If you follow Derrick Goold (of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch) and Jeff Jones on Twitter, they have posted photos of the players working out.  It’s so good to see the boys playing ball on the beautiful green fields of the training complex.  Hooray! Baseball is on its way!

You may recall that in a blog post here last month, I mentioned a special ticket deal that was to occur on the day that pitchers and catchers report. So grab your 2020 Cardinals schedule and figure out what Monday-Thursday home games you want to attend at this special low price.  Here are more details on the ticket sale:

CARDINALS ANNOUNCE $6 TICKET FLASH SALE

$6 Tickets Loaded With $6 Cards Cash for 2020 Monday-Thursday Games On Sale Tomorrow

To celebrate pitchers and catchers reporting for Spring Training, the St. Louis Cardinals have announced a special 12-hour ticket flash sale beginning tomorrow at 10 AM CT.

Fans can purchase tickets for any Monday—Thursday game (excluding Opening Day) for just $6.  Additionally, each $6 ticket purchased will be pre-loaded with $6 in Cards Cash for fans to use towards concessions or merchandise inside Busch Stadium.

Fans can purchase up to eight of the special $6 tickets per person, per game.  Games available in this special sale include matchups with the Cubs, Dodgers, Nationals, Braves, Phillies, Royals and more.

Tickets will be available at cardinals.com or via phone at 314-345-9000.  Again, this special ticket flash sale will only be available until 10 PM CT on Tuesday, February 11.

For more information, visit cardinals.com/flashsale.

Thanks for reading! See you next time!

Diane

2020 Cardinals single-game ticket sales start tomorrow!

Happy Truck Day!  Today is the day that the moving trucks are loaded up with all the Cardinals’ gear to head to Jupiter (the city in Florida, not the planet) for spring training.  Pitchers and catchers report to spring training a week from today, although some players are already working out.  It was great to turn over my Cardinals calendar to February and see games listed on the calendar. Hooray!  Baseball will be back soon!

If you’re excited about baseball starting in just a couple months, I have some good news for you.  Starting tomorrow (if you buy tickets for three games or more), you can purchase single-game tickets for 2020! If you need tickets for just one game, you can start buying those on Friday.  Here are all the details on dates for single-game ticket sales:

2020 CARDINALS SINGLE-GAME TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY

Fans Can Buy Single-Game Tickets as Early as Tomorrow by Purchasing 3+ Games

The St. Louis Cardinals have announced that single-game tickets for the 2020 season will go on sale this Friday, February 7, at 10 AM CT.

Fans who wish to purchase tickets to three or more games can take part in a special online-only multi-game ticket sale beginning tomorrow, February 5, at 10 AM CT.

The multi-game and single-game on-sales will be available at cardinals.com.  In addition, tickets for Friday’s single-game on-sale will be available via phone at 314-345-9000 and at the Busch Stadium Box Office on 8th Street.

The Cardinals’ 2020 home schedule features two four-game weekend series versus the Chicago Cubs (July 23-26 & September 10-13), the first visit to Busch Stadium since 2014 by the defending AL East Champion New York Yankees (July 17-19), and a NLCS rematch against the defending World Series Champion Washington Nationals (June 29-July 2).  Featured holiday matchups include games against the New York Mets on Mother’s Day (May 10), Cincinnati Reds on Father’s Day (June 21), and Milwaukee Brewers on Independence Day (Saturday, July 4).  In addition to the Yankees, Busch Stadium will host interleague games with AL East teams including the Baltimore Orioles (April 2, 4-5) and Toronto Blue Jays (June 1-2).  The Redbirds will also host their AL rival, Kansas City Royals, for a two-game set on September 15-16.

This year’s schedule also features over 50 promotional dates for fans of all ages, highlighted by seven bobblehead giveaways and seven replica jersey promotions.  Additional top promos include an Adult Puffy Vest (April 24), a Cardinals Crossbody Purse (May 10), a “YADI” Tumbler (May 29), a Cardinals Belt (June 21), an Ozzie Smith Funko POP! Exclusive, (August 9), and a Cardinals Hockey Sweater (August 14).

The Cardinals will continue to utilize dynamic pricing in 2020 to more accurately price tickets for individual games and provide fans more price options.  In 2019, 88% of games featured tickets available for $10 or less and 52% of games featured tickets at $5 or below. 

Throughout the season, the team will offer great fan-friendly values, including the “Dynamic Deal of the Week” and a host of other offers highlighting outstanding ticket savings for fans at cardinals.com/fanvalues.  A full list of fan-friendly values for the 2020 season follows:

2020 Fan-Friendly Values

  • Budweiser Ballpark Pass: The Budweiser Ballpark Pass delivers a mobile standing room ticket for every home game (except Opening Day) for just $29.99 per month.  Budweiser Ballpark Pass sales will begin in March.
  • KMOX 1120 First Pitch Tickets: At 9 AM CT on the day of each home game, fans may purchase a voucher good for two tickets for just $11.20 ($5.60 per ticket).  Fans redeem their vouchers for actual tickets 15 minutes prior to game time. Tickets may be anywhere in the stadium from Field Box to Standing Room.
  • Nathan’s Famous Family Sundays: On most Sundays, fans who purchase select Pavilion or Terrace level tickets will receive a free Nathan’s jumbo hot dog and Coca-Cola.
  • Prairie Farms Ice Cream Sundays: Two hours prior to each Sunday game, fans can enjoy games, prizes and free Prairie Farms ice cream and North Star frozen treats in Ford Plaza.
  • AAA Discounts Rewards: AAA members receive a $10 discount off tickets on most Monday-Thursday games.
  • Fill Up at Phillips 66: Beginning April 1st, fill up with eight gallons or more at a participating Phillips 66 to receive a special discount ticket offer of up to 50% off many 2020 games.
  • Ticket Packs: Several different 5-game and 10-game ticket packs are available, featuring discounted tickets to 2020’s best promotional giveaways and high demand games.
  • Group Value Nights: Select games throughout the season where groups of 20 or more receive 50% off regular ticket prices.
  • Cards Cash: Stored money built into the barcode of your ticket, good for use at any Busch Stadium concession stand, kiosk or Official Cardinals Team Store.  Fans can add $12 Cards Cash to a ticket for just $10.
  • Outside Food & Drinks at All Games: Busch Stadium is the only St. Louis sports venue where fans may bring in their own food and drinks for all home games (some size and content restrictions apply).

Stay warm and dream of Cardinals baseball!  Thanks for reading and see you next time!

Diane