Los Angeles Dodgers Opening Day Tickets On Sale To General Public

Originally published by DodgerBlue.com

Tickets for the Los Angeles Dodgers Opening Day matchup on March 28 against the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium went on sale to the general public on Friday morning.

Tickets for the rest of their 2024 schedule have already been on sale for a month, but tickets to the Seoul Series have not been made available yet.

The expectation is limited tickets will be made available to Dodgers season ticket holders later this month, and possibly as early as Saturday, March 2.

Ticket prices for Opening Day range from $209 for select reserve level seats, all the way to $750 for the Right Field Pavilion Home Run Seats.

Opening Day tickets are on sale now! Visit https://t.co/DZQkfNeXIj to secure your seats today. #OpeningDayLA pic.twitter.com/Ol1HGMDK6y

— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) March 1, 2024

Ticket prices drop significantly the following day, when the Dodgers play their first home night game of the season as they range from $50 for reserve to $260 for the home run seats.

Opening Day tickets are always more expensive than others, but the cost also reflects the excitement surrounding the team and the potential to see Shohei Ohtani’s first game at Dodger Stadium with his new club.

There is also a good chance Yoshinobu Yamamoto or Tyler Glasnow will be making their first start with the Dodgers at Chavez Ravine for that opening day.

The game is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. PT. Due to the Seoul Series, it will be the Dodgers third game of the season, but between that time, they also have three exhibition games with the Los Angeles Angels, including two at Dodger Stadium.

Notable games on Dodgers 2024 schedule

Among notable dates on the 2024 Dodgers schedule is a road series with the Toronto Blue Jays from April 26-28. The Blue Jays signed Justin Turner this offseason, and made a significant play for Ohtani.

There also figures to be plenty of interest when the Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks play for the first time since the 2023 NL Division Series, during a three-game set at Chase Field from April 29-May 1.

After playing at Dodger Stadium last season, the Dodgers head to Yankee Stadium for weekend series June 7-9.

Ohtani gets his first look at the Los Angeles Angels during the Freeway Series at Dodger Stadium from June 21-22.

The 2024 Dodgers promotions schedule features bobblehead dates on March 30 (Freddie Freeman), April 13 (Brusdar Graterol), April 20 (Walker Buehler), May 16 (Ohtani), May 18 (Will Smith), May 21 (Mookie Betts), June 1 (Tyler Glasnow), June 13 (Yoshinobu Yamamoto), August 11 (Matt Kemp) and more.

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