Originally published by DodgerBlue.com
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training tickets for games at Camelback Ranch next year went on sale to the general public Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. PT.
Fans can purchase single game tickets for 2024 Dodgers home games at Camelback Ranch online, or via phone by calling 623-302-5099. Tickets start at just $12 per game but are subject to dynamic pricing changes. Tickets purchased on the day of a game are subject to a $5 increase per seat.
Camelback Ranch previously held a presale for Dodgers Spring Training tickets by offering its social media followers access through a special code. Also made available for purchase were full season and mini plans for 2024 Dodgers Spring Training games at Camelback Ranch.
Fans can also purchase group tickets (including suites), seats on the Cutwater Spirits Deck and the All-You-Can-Eat Patio. Tickets in the Cutwater Spirits Deck sections come with ballpark food included for all Friday-Sunday games.
Separately, kids can run the bases after Cactus League games on Sundays. Seniors are invited to take a stroll around the bases following Wednesday games.
Camelback Ranch offers discounted tickets for active and retired military members, along with seniors, for all Sunday-Wednesday games. Discounted tickets are available at the box office on the day of the game only.
The 2024 Dodgers Spring Training schedule begins Thursday, February 22, with a road game against the San Diego Padres at Peoria Sports Complex.
The Dodgers’ first 2024 Cactus League game at Camelback Ranch is February 23, which is also against the Padres. Additional home dates on their Spring Training schedule include games with the White Sox (February 27), Chicago Cubs (March 2), Los Angeles Angels (March 5) and San Francisco Giants (March 12), among others.
Visiting Camelback Ranch for Dodgers Spring Training
The Dodgers are entering their 16th year at Camelback Ranch, which became their new Spring Training home after spending several decades at Vero Beach, Florida.
In addition to attending Cactus League games, fans can watch daily workouts for both the Dodgers and co-tenant Chicago White Sox at no cost, with access typically starting at 9 a.m. local time.
Autograph seekers are encouraged to arrive early and line the areas between the team’s Spring Training building and pathways to the backfields. Players typically sign autographs either prior to or after morning workouts.
Camelback Ranch features a 1,300-foot, 5-acre lake system with a river that serves the dual purpose of irrigation for fields and site landscaping.
Two of the 12 practice fields on the grounds (four Major League, eight Minor League) are replicas of the Dodgers and White Sox home ballparks, with exact dimensions of Dodger Stadium and Guaranteed Rate Field, respectively.
In an ode to their old Dodgertown grounds in Florida, citrus groves line the east side of the property on the Dodgers’ portion of the complex. The team additionally has placards honoring All-Stars at every position throughout the franchise’s history, life-size bobblehead of Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda, and team logos.
Parking at Camelback Ranch is always free.
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