2017 CWS Ticket Options
Tickets are  on sale now  for the 2017 NCAA®  Men's College World Series®  dates are Saturday, June 17 through either Tuesday, June 27 or Wednesday, June 28. There are a number of ways to purchase tickets for the CWS. While more information will be available as we get closer to the Greatest Show on Dirt, this should assist in finding the best option(s) for you.

The following is information for reserved and general admission tickets. If you have any additional questions or would like more information, please call us at (402) 554-4422.
  • Please note that season tickets are not available at this time.

    INDIVIDUAL RESERVED TICKETS: The NCAA offers a few different platforms through which you can purchase individual reserved tickets.

  • ADVANCE SALE: The advance sale for individual reserved seats started on April 15. While, a majority of the reserved seats are sold out, there are still some games available, as well as singles for more popular games. To purchase tickets, click here or call (866) 208-0048. These tickets are guaranteed reserved seats for individual games. If available, you can purchase up to six tickets per game for all available games. Prices for these tickets vary from $32 to $41 depending on the section and game selected. Once purchased, the tickets are entirely digital and no paper or print-at-home options are available.
  • NCAA TICKET EXCHANGE: The Exchange will open on April 25. These tickets are guaranteed tickets purchased through PrimeSport, the NCAA’s official ticket-exchange partner. The ticket inventory on this platform is created from those looking to resell tickets to games they can’t attend. This includes season-ticket holders and those purchased through April 15 Advance Sale. The inventory will change, so check back a few times for all available options. Prices on this outlet vary as they are set by the individual seller.
  • NCAA EXPERIENCE: The NCAA Experience tickets are offered through PrimeSport, the NCAA’s official ticket and hospitality provider. These tickets currently are available for purchase. Prices vary based on the game and section selected. The purchase of these tickets includes access to the official NCAA Fan Experience. Within this air-conditioned, tented lounge, guests will enjoy live TV broadcast, with games and lawn seating. The hospitality tent will be open prior to each game. A tailgate meal, soft drinks and cash bar with ice-cold beer will be available.
  • GROUP TICKETS: Due to the success of the advance sale for reserved seats, there will not be a group-sale process. Please visit the NCAA Ticket Exchange or the general admission process for blocks of tickets.

    GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS: General admission tickets currently are available by clicking here.
  • General admission (GA) tickets come in books of 10 tickets for $90. Individual general admission tickets are available for $15 at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Box Office each day there is a game. Seating is located in the outfield bleachers, sections 125-136. GA tickets are an inexpensive way to bring groups of fans to any CWS game. For GA tickets sold in a book, all ten tickets may be used at one game, or the tickets can be spread out over multiple games. GA tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans using GA tickets must be among the first 5,500 people in line. Additional tickets may be available for standing room only. Based on the availability of reserved seats, GA ticket holders may upgrade to reserved seats by paying the difference in price. Upgrades are available only at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office on game day.




    June 16-26/27, 2018

    TD Ameritrade Park Omaha - Omaha, Neb.


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    June 16-26/27, 2018

    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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