Reserved Seat Ticket On Sale Now
Reserved seat tickets for the 2014 NCAA Men's College World Series (CWS) are on sale now. The sale began on April 12 and is open to the general public at NCAA.com/CWStickets or by calling (866) 208-0048. Tickets for fans requiring Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible seating are also available using these same options.


"Because the number of available tickets is limited, games are expected to sell out quickly, especially the first weekend (games 1-4) and Finals games," said Carol Foreman, ticket manager of CWS of Omaha, Inc. "Buyers will have an opportunity to purchase tickets for up to four games. They may purchase four tickets each for Games 1-4 and the Finals; and up to six tickets each for Games 5-12. Only those games that are guaranteed to be played will be sold. Tickets for 'if necessary' games will only be sold the day the game is played at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office."

In order to purchase tickets for the CWS, which runs from June 14-24/25, a valid credit card will be required. Once purchased, the tickets will be registered electronically to the buyer's credit card, which is required when entering TD Ameritrade Park Omaha through Gates 1, 2 or 3, or the accessible entrance adjacent to the box office. After the credit card is electronically scanned, a seat locator will be printed for the buyer. This is the same process used for tickets purchased through the NCAA Ticket Exchange, a fan-to-fan marketplace. The digital tickets are fully transferrable and can be listed on the NCAA Ticket Exchange.

Ticket prices for reserved seat tickets at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha are tiered according to their location and by games.

 Sections  Games  
1-4
Games
  5, 7, 11 & 13  
Games
 6, 8, 9, 10 & 12 
107-117 $37 $32$35
100-106 & 118-124
 $36$31
$34
Upper Level and Grandstand 
(200-300 levels)
 $35 $30 $33

 

For those fans unable to purchase all the reserved seat tickets they need through the advance sale, other available options include box office sales, NCAA Ticket Exchange, PrimeSport ticket and hospitality packages and general admission tickets.

About the NCAA?
The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for more than 450,000 student-athletes at more than 1,000 member colleges and universities. Each year, more than 54,000 student-athletes compete in NCAA championships in Divisions I, II and III sports. Visit www.ncaa.org and www.ncaa.com for more details about the Association, its goals and members and corporate partnerships that help support programs for student-athletes.  The NCAA is proud to have the following elite companies as official Corporate Champions—AT&T, Capital One and Coca-Cola—and the following elite companies as official Corporate Partners—Allstate, Amazon (Kindle), Buffalo Wild Wings, Buick, Burger King, Enterprise, Infiniti, LG, Lowe’s, Nabisco, Northwestern Mutual, Reese’s (Hershey’s), Unilever and UPS.

About CWS, Inc. ®
College World Series of Omaha, Inc., is the nonprofit local organizing committee for the annual NCAA Division I Men's College World Series. Its mission is enlisting wide-based community support from business, government, civic organizations and individuals to implement, promote, operate and host a successful CWS in Omaha in partnership with the NCAA. The 2014 CWS will begin with Opening Celebration Day Friday, June 13. Games will begin Saturday, June 14, and continue through Tuesday/Wednesday, June 24/25. For a complete schedule of all games and times, please visit www.NCAA.com/CWS .


NCAA, The NCAA Experience and College World Series are licensed by or trademarks of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.


 

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June 13-23/24, 2015


About CWS of Omaha, Inc.

College World Series of Omaha, Inc., the local organizing committee, is a non-profit organization formed in 1967. The mission of its all-volunteer board of directors is enlisting community support for the College World Series from business, government, civic organizations and individuals.

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